Recycled Leather Belt Flooring

Aug 21, 2013

Category: Living

Typically we’re partial to hardwood floors, but the London based designers at Ting caught our attention with their Recycled Leather Belt Flooring.

Each and every belt is hand selected by the designers before undergoing the cleaning process. The belts then get shaven down to ensure that everything is the same size, and after using water based glue to apply the vintage leather belts to the floor, you have yourself a custom home setup that will definitely get the conversation flowing. To help make the process of purchasing easier, Ting offers up the belt flooring in modular tiles that can be purchased for about $75 a square foot. They are a bit pricey, but for those of you that like to take things into your own hands, this could be a great DIY project. Check out some of the applications below.

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