Natural oak flooring

Enhance the beauty of your home with natural oak flooring. Explore top ideas to bring warmth and elegance to any room in your house.
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Construction Update It’s finally flooring week! It’s crazy to think that I’ve “only” been doing renovations for 4 weeks because it seems like it’s been MONTHS! I think the fact that I made an offer on my house in February (Valentine’s Day) -> started planning the renovations after getting

Emelia Wilson
All about The New Wood Flooring throughout Our House! - Chris Loves Julia Interior, Home, Bedroom Flooring, Room Flooring, Plank Flooring, Basement Flooring, Interieur, Floor Design, House Flooring

One of the biggest “Phase 1” improvements we made was updating the floors throughout the house. The girls’ bedrooms were recarpetted; the dining room was tiled (the most beautiful checkerboard – still so in love); and everywhere else we installed Stuga’s Ingrid flooring, a wide-plank, matte-finish, engineered white oak hard wood. The entry used to […]

Linda Y

Hardwood floors are timeless. They’re classic. They add to a home’s value and give the sense of strength and stability. We’re big fans of hardwood floors, obviously. A few things to consider in the care of hardwood floors—we’ll call them ‘essentials’—-will keep your floors looking fabulous for years

25:40 Love Interiors

We will be sanding down our red oak floors this weekend. I love the look of the natural, light red oak. What finish can we use so that we can achieve that look without turning the red oak floors pink?

Michelle Todorow
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We’re often asked to perform magic. It seems many homeowners with existing red oak hardwood floor would prefer to go lighter, brighter and achieve a “white oak” look instead of the typical red oak look which tends to read orange. We’ve mixed and experimented and mixed and experimented some more. We’

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