Leather Floor in kitchen --- am I crazy?
I just came home from a flooring store where I went to pick up samples of cork flooring. When the designer saw my kitchen plans and my cupboard and granite samples, she took a big leather tile in a rich dark red-brown (Genova Chocolate) and held it next to my samples. It all just looked gorgeous together. My question is: has anyone out there any experience with leather flooring? This leather flooring is by Torly's so is installed as a floating floor. The top leather layer is made of recycled leather mixed with a resin to make it the same toughness as a hardwood floor.There is a layer of cork on the bottom of the tiles or planks and a core of another material sandwiched in between.
I welcome your feedback.
PS I also brought home cork samples and the other option is travertine (honed and filled)