How to choose your bespoke wood flooring colour:-
We specialise in tonnes of wood flooring, pre-finished and unfinished floors. The unfinished range is supplied “as it is” or selected to be tailored to our clients choice. Typically you can choose the finish of your bespoke wood flooring from our vast range of bespoke colour samples or match to anything you have a reference of. For example your kitchen cabinets.
From many years of experience and customer consultations, we have built up an expertise in trends, colours and finishes within the flooring industry. Our hardwood floors help you design and discover the hundreds of different ranges of shades, textures and boards available to suit your project.
Websites like Houzz display beautiful interior designs with previous projects and idea books to help kick start your vision.
Before the process
Each piece of wood is individually handled by our finishers and test swatches will be done on the selected wood as they all react differently to oils/stains. Once the test swatch has been cured and approved by the client the wood will then be but through the many different possible processes in order to achieve the exact colour desired.
The finishing Process
The wood flooring will now, depending on colour, be lightly sanded or buffed to expose its grain. The wood is then lightly fumed to provide a base, again this is all dependent on the finish that is to be achieved.
Once a base colour is selected the finishing process could take up to 9 different applications which will include light buffing between each application.
Like a Hard wax or Lacquer if preferably done straight after achieving the desired finish. This is as is helps to seal the bespoke colour and the actually wood flooring from any sort of moisture or dirt. All finishing is carried out by our skilled craftsmen and should not be done by an amateur.
To see examples of our previous customers bespoke tailored orders please visit our Houzz page.
Our services are not limited to just creating bespoke finishes, we can also match a colour or textured finish the client requires by delivering an exceptional product which will create the ambience of quality and craftsmanship.