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How I Made Floor Art From Random Wood Pieces
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How I Made Floor Art From Random Wood Pieces

My name is Alexey Steshak. I’m a mad decorator, and I create WOW projects with my own hands.

Today I’m going to show you my new project – The Hardwood Floor with Ceramic Birds, which was made for a beauty salon.

I have been dreaming of creating such a floor for many years. And finally, my dream came true.

The total floor area is 56 sq. m. It took me five months to make it, and I worked seven days a week. I started on October 22nd, 2016 and finished on March 22nd, 2017. And that not counting the time for the material preparing and drying.

I used wind-fallen trees, some cut trees left after the fruit orchards thinning, and some trees were just brought by my friends. In the end, I had 40 bags of small wood pieces

So, I had such type of wood as: oak, Manchurian walnut, apricot tree, apple tree, pear tree, karagach, ash, birch, ash-tree maple, American walnut, cherry tree, larch, rowan and a little mahogany

The wood used for the “tree”: maple, birch, pine, larch, American cherry, pear, cherry, oak

For the background: apple, pear, apricot, Manchurian walnut, mahogany, oak, Siberian, Ukrainian oak, Hungarian beech, ash

I put the 10 mm plywood on a flat concrete subfloor and then glued the wood blocks on it

After the whole wooden part of the floor was ready, I started making the “birds”. I used broken ceramic tiles for that

Despite it was a long and very laborious process, it was a great pleasure for me, and I’ve never regretted that I started it

I love my occupation and I’m happy that I can come up with and implement such projects on my own

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Kirsten Preston
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5 years ago

Hi Your craftsmanship is utterly stunning. I'm envious in the nicest way. If only I had the skills and the tools. Hope you'll keep creating such amazing work. Your love and passion shows in the result. Respect!

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sei Ichirou
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5 years ago

It's been a while since I last visited Boredpanda and someone made me say "Wow, now that's really beautiful" out loud. I don't want to belittle the other works posted here, but this one stands out imo. It'sot only beautiful to my eyes, but also to my heart, since you took what was given too you and made something new of stuff, many people would see as... clutter? And when I think of the discipline... wow. Just wow.

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5 years ago

Thank you for your comment. it is very supportive of my work.

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Rhonda Eldridge
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5 years ago

I wish you much success in all of your endeavors, sir. What you created is absolutely amazing and hopefully one day, you might consider giving lessons to others so that we can make using recycled wood and ceramics the standard in home renovations and in even becoming skilled volunteers for organizations such as Habitat for Humanity.

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5 years ago

Thank you. I'm giving lessons)

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stacyh
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5 years ago

Come do my house next please?? :) So gorgeous!!

tweetybird
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5 years ago

truly beautiful

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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PrzemKo
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5 years ago

Awesome! This is a real work of art! I admire you!

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Bender
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5 years ago

Oh my god, I love it! :)

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Notchimine Mette
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5 years ago

This is really beautiful and an absolute master piece! I can't believe the time and effort it must have taken! Well done!

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5 years ago

Thanks!

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susan c mills
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5 years ago

I've never commented on this site before, but this is truly inspired and very beautiful. Many congratulations!

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sunshineº
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5 years ago

So amazing!!!How creative!!And i love it!Continue this state (((((ી(・◡・)ʃ)))))

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5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Lemur
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5 years ago

Man, I almost want to hire you to make such a beautiful floor for me too.... It's epic!

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5 years ago

Thanks)

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Claire
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5 years ago

Beautiful work *claps*

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5 years ago

Thanks!

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just a thought
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5 years ago

You are so talented ! You deserve all the positive comments !

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sheila Robinson
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5 years ago

I absolutely LOVE this. Amazing on many levels. Not only does it look beautiful, and show serious commitment and technical skill it also makes use of small pieces of wood that might have been discarded. If I were rich I'd commission you to come and make me one of these and I'd love it every day of my life. Fantastic work, you are a star.

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5 years ago

Thank you very much!

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Daniel Law
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5 years ago

From the looks of that pile, much of the process was left out of the article. A floor needs to be level. So those scraps hsd to be run through a joiner so they were all the same thickness. It was a LOT more work than the captions let on.

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5 years ago

Yes, it was a lot more work...5 months 7 day week)

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Rebekah
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5 years ago

Stunning. Absolutely stunning.

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5 years ago

I'm glad to hear this)

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Amber Ice
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5 years ago

Awesome to see all the different kinds of wood in lights and darks! Amazing work. I also really like that the birds are not "real birds", yet clearly birds ;p

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5 years ago

Thanks!

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criminalgirl
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5 years ago

You are very talented, people will pay a lot for your uniqueness.

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5 years ago

Thanks) i try to do my work good.

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SSBRocks3
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5 years ago

And here I am, not able to even draw a perfect circle.

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5 years ago

May be you can do well something else.

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Louiiiise
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5 years ago

Amazing.

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Gillian Black
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5 years ago

wow and wow again any one would be so proud to have that floor or any others you create i would just love it . and your young one is learning as well

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Tino Schreck
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5 years ago

Maximum Respect!! This is amazing!! Really great work!!

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Thanks!)

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Sarah Lennie
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5 years ago

This is just stunning. So much creativity, patience and talent, I'm extremely impressed, and envious. I would love this in my forever home.

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Thank you!)

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Ina Ivanova
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Amazing!! Soooo beautiful.

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Ina Ivanova
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Amazing

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KittySpam
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5 years ago

This is amazing how someone can come up with this and actually put it out. I don't think a lot of people would have the patience to make this and it's just so unique in it's own construct. I have seen a lot of modern art and just gave it an odd look, but this, my friend of the arts, is just extraordinary. And probably lots of fun to walk on minding my ADHD..

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5 years ago

Thanks!

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Jaes M.
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5 years ago

Perfect!!

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Thank you)

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Raquel Bacardi
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5 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous. Bravo!!

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Thank you!)

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ldao
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5 years ago

Beyond the beauty of the work itself, I'm impressed by the resilience of this artist and many others who will spend months, and years working on a piece. Amazing!

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5 years ago

Thanks!

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Joe Dad
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5 years ago

Wooooooowwwwowoowww!!

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5 years ago

))

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Zita Zimmermann
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5 years ago

Your work is incredibly beautiful and I am stunned by the harmony of the mixtures... I love that there are mixed woods and wood mixed with tiles, I love that you continued the design on the wall! Very very nice work! :)

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5 years ago

Thank you!)

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brent DuGreffe
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5 years ago

Incredible work! Aren't you afraid that thediffent kinds of wood wil slightly expand at a different rate from each other creating "bulges"?

Community Member
5 years ago

Hi! No, I don't afraid. I did bar table the same way and it still working good.

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faraway
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5 years ago

Wonderfloor!!!

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5 years ago

)) thanks

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Greg Ouellette
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5 years ago

How did you seal it? It not t&g and you forst glued but what of the tiny gaps? Many thick urethane coats or epoxy? A true labor of love. Here is to organic process construction and remodeling.

EMi
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5 years ago

Beautiful work!

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5 years ago

Thank you'

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get in
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5 years ago

Too busy for me but really beautiful and many man hours. AND, made from scraps, you're a #1 recycler.

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5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Nghĩa Văn
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5 years ago

So good, love it 😍

Anastasia Anesti
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5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Soco Cybelle
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5 years ago

So beautiful! I love the tree and the birds and the way it climbs on the wall

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5 years ago

Thank you!)

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Kübra Topcu
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5 years ago

IT is Perfect =) <3

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Thanks!

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Juan Alcorta
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Amazing! Congratulations! I find it extremely hard to do!

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Kit
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5 years ago

Оч круто!!! А в каком именно городе этот шедевр?

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5 years ago

Gorno-Altaysk

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Marlene Justina Döffinger Barcenas
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5 years ago

It look's so cool 😎

Anita Otterstad
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5 years ago

Fantastic art! Nice work. But how will the tree behave over time? Scary with so many different types. Wood is living. Some shrink and someone is expanding over time and with changing temperature. Please update in a year's time. Exciting

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you! Everything will be fine) I made bar table the same way two years ago. It's in excellent condition!)

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MK
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5 years ago

I know this is random but having wood tiles, is the maintenance expensive? thanks. To the author, I salute you for your creativity and love on your field. Keep inspiring us! ^^

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5 years ago

Thank you!

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Starry Night Lover
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5 years ago

Holy splitters! This is amazing. I love how the trees come up onto the walls and the birds make from broken ceramic tiles. This is brilliant! Nice work.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Mark Fergel
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5 years ago

Wow.....and I thought my pallet floor was cool. You took that up a notch and more.

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5 years ago

)) thanks

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Violaine LB
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5 years ago

This looks amazing. I can't imagine how much work went into this!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you! I worked 5 months without weekends)

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Becky Joyce
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4 years ago

So beautiful. Love the way your mind creates!

Aaron Rice
Community Member
4 years ago

what kind of epoxy or polyurethane did you use

Jacqueline Carpenter
Community Member
5 years ago

I am amazed what a beautiful floor and wall you have created..I love this..

Jacob Norris
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5 years ago

Hey man pretty spectacular and very inspirational! Keep up the good work!

Jaes M.
Community Member
5 years ago

You know what i am planning to do that someday!

Heike
Community Member
5 years ago

I did something similar last year but used another approach. Using a Laser Cutter M-800 I prearranged all tiles (ranging from 3cm to 50cm) in CAD and assembled it in just 2 days (24qm). Much easier and with the right algorithm you save a lot of time!

Tolga IŞIKYILDIZ
Community Member
5 years ago

I really really liked the idea, of using (old) wood, back in shape of a tree and integration of ceramics. The overall quality is stunning. But looking at the last photos as an architect, circular line on skirtings and jamb and continuation of branch on wall was a little (how can I say) too much for me. I would prefer them to be modest, stay in the background and do not compete with the floor. Other than that, I can just appreciate the originality, effort and patience of it.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you for your comment!

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TW
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5 years ago

Beautifully done. what did you coat the top of the wood with? Polyurethane?

htbq
Community Member
5 years ago

amazing work! love the "random" look!! did you use clear coat to seal everything??

Jonathan Eatsalot
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5 years ago

You down with OCD? Yeah, you know me!

DancingToMyself
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5 years ago

Lol

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Marlowe Fitzpatrik
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5 years ago

I love it, wood is such a lovely thing to work with. For my personal taste, it's a bit too scrambled - if I had taken this amazing time, I'd have sorted the wood-pieces by color and have the background flow into different shades. Which is why I'd never be able to do this, I'd get suck in micromanaging. The tree is gorgeous, and I love the doves/birds! Congratulations, I hope you're feeling a sense of pride whenever you walk over it :)

brent DuGreffe
Community Member
5 years ago

Incredible work!Aren't you afraid with the different kinds of wood the rate of expansion will create tension in the floor making it "bulge"at certain places?

Katinka Min
Community Member
5 years ago

A truly stunning project. (Personally, I think the doors are a bit too 'noisy' and take away attention from the beautiful and unique floor.) I do hope to be able to see more of your work on here.

Kirsten Preston
Community Member
5 years ago

Hi Your craftsmanship is utterly stunning. I'm envious in the nicest way. If only I had the skills and the tools. Hope you'll keep creating such amazing work. Your love and passion shows in the result. Respect!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sei Ichirou
Community Member
5 years ago

It's been a while since I last visited Boredpanda and someone made me say "Wow, now that's really beautiful" out loud. I don't want to belittle the other works posted here, but this one stands out imo. It'sot only beautiful to my eyes, but also to my heart, since you took what was given too you and made something new of stuff, many people would see as... clutter? And when I think of the discipline... wow. Just wow.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you for your comment. it is very supportive of my work.

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Rhonda Eldridge
Community Member
5 years ago

I wish you much success in all of your endeavors, sir. What you created is absolutely amazing and hopefully one day, you might consider giving lessons to others so that we can make using recycled wood and ceramics the standard in home renovations and in even becoming skilled volunteers for organizations such as Habitat for Humanity.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you. I'm giving lessons)

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stacyh
Community Member
5 years ago

Come do my house next please?? :) So gorgeous!!

tweetybird
Community Member
5 years ago

truly beautiful

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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PrzemKo
Community Member
5 years ago

Awesome! This is a real work of art! I admire you!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Bender
Community Member
5 years ago

Oh my god, I love it! :)

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks))

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Notchimine Mette
Community Member
5 years ago

This is really beautiful and an absolute master piece! I can't believe the time and effort it must have taken! Well done!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

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susan c mills
Community Member
5 years ago

I've never commented on this site before, but this is truly inspired and very beautiful. Many congratulations!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sunshineº
Community Member
5 years ago

So amazing!!!How creative!!And i love it!Continue this state (((((ી(・◡・)ʃ)))))

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Lemur
Community Member
5 years ago

Man, I almost want to hire you to make such a beautiful floor for me too.... It's epic!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks)

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Claire
Community Member
5 years ago

Beautiful work *claps*

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

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just a thought
Community Member
5 years ago

You are so talented ! You deserve all the positive comments !

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Sheila Robinson
Community Member
5 years ago

I absolutely LOVE this. Amazing on many levels. Not only does it look beautiful, and show serious commitment and technical skill it also makes use of small pieces of wood that might have been discarded. If I were rich I'd commission you to come and make me one of these and I'd love it every day of my life. Fantastic work, you are a star.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you very much!

Load More Replies...
Daniel Law
Community Member
5 years ago

From the looks of that pile, much of the process was left out of the article. A floor needs to be level. So those scraps hsd to be run through a joiner so they were all the same thickness. It was a LOT more work than the captions let on.

Community Member
5 years ago

Yes, it was a lot more work...5 months 7 day week)

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Rebekah
Community Member
5 years ago

Stunning. Absolutely stunning.

Community Member
5 years ago

I'm glad to hear this)

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Amber Ice
Community Member
5 years ago

Awesome to see all the different kinds of wood in lights and darks! Amazing work. I also really like that the birds are not "real birds", yet clearly birds ;p

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

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criminalgirl
Community Member
5 years ago

You are very talented, people will pay a lot for your uniqueness.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks) i try to do my work good.

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SSBRocks3
Community Member
5 years ago

And here I am, not able to even draw a perfect circle.

Community Member
5 years ago

May be you can do well something else.

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Louiiiise
Community Member
5 years ago

Amazing.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Gillian Black
Community Member
5 years ago

wow and wow again any one would be so proud to have that floor or any others you create i would just love it . and your young one is learning as well

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Tino Schreck
Community Member
5 years ago

Maximum Respect!! This is amazing!! Really great work!!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Sarah Lennie
Community Member
5 years ago

This is just stunning. So much creativity, patience and talent, I'm extremely impressed, and envious. I would love this in my forever home.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!)

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Ina Ivanova
Community Member
5 years ago

Amazing!! Soooo beautiful.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Ina Ivanova
Community Member
5 years ago

Amazing

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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KittySpam
Community Member
5 years ago

This is amazing how someone can come up with this and actually put it out. I don't think a lot of people would have the patience to make this and it's just so unique in it's own construct. I have seen a lot of modern art and just gave it an odd look, but this, my friend of the arts, is just extraordinary. And probably lots of fun to walk on minding my ADHD..

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

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Jaes M.
Community Member
5 years ago

Perfect!!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you)

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Raquel Bacardi
Community Member
5 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous. Bravo!!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!)

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ldao
Community Member
5 years ago

Beyond the beauty of the work itself, I'm impressed by the resilience of this artist and many others who will spend months, and years working on a piece. Amazing!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

Load More Replies...
Joe Dad
Community Member
5 years ago

Wooooooowwwwowoowww!!

Community Member
5 years ago

))

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Zita Zimmermann
Community Member
5 years ago

Your work is incredibly beautiful and I am stunned by the harmony of the mixtures... I love that there are mixed woods and wood mixed with tiles, I love that you continued the design on the wall! Very very nice work! :)

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!)

Load More Replies...
brent DuGreffe
Community Member
5 years ago

Incredible work! Aren't you afraid that thediffent kinds of wood wil slightly expand at a different rate from each other creating "bulges"?

Community Member
5 years ago

Hi! No, I don't afraid. I did bar table the same way and it still working good.

Load More Replies...
faraway
Community Member
5 years ago

Wonderfloor!!!

Community Member
5 years ago

)) thanks

Load More Replies...
Greg Ouellette
Community Member
5 years ago

How did you seal it? It not t&g and you forst glued but what of the tiny gaps? Many thick urethane coats or epoxy? A true labor of love. Here is to organic process construction and remodeling.

EMi
Community Member
5 years ago

Beautiful work!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you'

Load More Replies...
get in
Community Member
5 years ago

Too busy for me but really beautiful and many man hours. AND, made from scraps, you're a #1 recycler.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

Load More Replies...
Nghĩa Văn
Community Member
5 years ago

So good, love it 😍

Anastasia Anesti
Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

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Soco Cybelle
Community Member
5 years ago

So beautiful! I love the tree and the birds and the way it climbs on the wall

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!)

Load More Replies...
Kübra Topcu
Community Member
5 years ago

IT is Perfect =) <3

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!

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Juan Alcorta
Community Member
5 years ago

Amazing! Congratulations! I find it extremely hard to do!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

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Kit
Community Member
5 years ago

Оч круто!!! А в каком именно городе этот шедевр?

Community Member
5 years ago

Gorno-Altaysk

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Marlene Justina Döffinger Barcenas
Community Member
5 years ago

It look's so cool 😎

Anita Otterstad
Community Member
5 years ago

Fantastic art! Nice work. But how will the tree behave over time? Scary with so many different types. Wood is living. Some shrink and someone is expanding over time and with changing temperature. Please update in a year's time. Exciting

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you! Everything will be fine) I made bar table the same way two years ago. It's in excellent condition!)

Load More Replies...
MK
Community Member
5 years ago

I know this is random but having wood tiles, is the maintenance expensive? thanks. To the author, I salute you for your creativity and love on your field. Keep inspiring us! ^^

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you!

Load More Replies...
Starry Night Lover
Community Member
5 years ago

Holy splitters! This is amazing. I love how the trees come up onto the walls and the birds make from broken ceramic tiles. This is brilliant! Nice work.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thanks!)

Load More Replies...
Mark Fergel
Community Member
5 years ago

Wow.....and I thought my pallet floor was cool. You took that up a notch and more.

Community Member
5 years ago

)) thanks

Load More Replies...
Violaine LB
Community Member
5 years ago

This looks amazing. I can't imagine how much work went into this!

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you! I worked 5 months without weekends)

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Becky Joyce
Community Member
4 years ago

So beautiful. Love the way your mind creates!

Aaron Rice
Community Member
4 years ago

what kind of epoxy or polyurethane did you use

Jacqueline Carpenter
Community Member
5 years ago

I am amazed what a beautiful floor and wall you have created..I love this..

Jacob Norris
Community Member
5 years ago

Hey man pretty spectacular and very inspirational! Keep up the good work!

Jaes M.
Community Member
5 years ago

You know what i am planning to do that someday!

Heike
Community Member
5 years ago

I did something similar last year but used another approach. Using a Laser Cutter M-800 I prearranged all tiles (ranging from 3cm to 50cm) in CAD and assembled it in just 2 days (24qm). Much easier and with the right algorithm you save a lot of time!

Tolga IŞIKYILDIZ
Community Member
5 years ago

I really really liked the idea, of using (old) wood, back in shape of a tree and integration of ceramics. The overall quality is stunning. But looking at the last photos as an architect, circular line on skirtings and jamb and continuation of branch on wall was a little (how can I say) too much for me. I would prefer them to be modest, stay in the background and do not compete with the floor. Other than that, I can just appreciate the originality, effort and patience of it.

Community Member
5 years ago

Thank you for your comment!

Load More Replies...
TW
Community Member
5 years ago

Beautifully done. what did you coat the top of the wood with? Polyurethane?

htbq
Community Member
5 years ago

amazing work! love the "random" look!! did you use clear coat to seal everything??

Jonathan Eatsalot
Community Member
5 years ago

You down with OCD? Yeah, you know me!

DancingToMyself
Community Member
5 years ago

Lol

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Marlowe Fitzpatrik
Community Member
5 years ago

I love it, wood is such a lovely thing to work with. For my personal taste, it's a bit too scrambled - if I had taken this amazing time, I'd have sorted the wood-pieces by color and have the background flow into different shades. Which is why I'd never be able to do this, I'd get suck in micromanaging. The tree is gorgeous, and I love the doves/birds! Congratulations, I hope you're feeling a sense of pride whenever you walk over it :)

brent DuGreffe
Community Member
5 years ago

Incredible work!Aren't you afraid with the different kinds of wood the rate of expansion will create tension in the floor making it "bulge"at certain places?

Katinka Min
Community Member
5 years ago

A truly stunning project. (Personally, I think the doors are a bit too 'noisy' and take away attention from the beautiful and unique floor.) I do hope to be able to see more of your work on here.

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