All wooden floors need to be sealed, finished, to extend their lifespan and to keep them looking wonderful. Without finish, oil or lacquer, the wood grains are totally exposed to dirt and liquids thus they will stain and get dirty from the first touch.
As the old cedar installed in 1943 became horrendously squeaky and noisy beyond repairs we had to remove it and expose the substructure. A challenging project which encompassed a considerable work with the sub-floor.
A new home built and planned with attention to detail. The walnut was especially chosen by the architect to provide a contrast with the white walls and ceiling. To emphasise the beauty of the walnut floor and stairs the light was especially chosen and planned as well.
Herringbone parquet, an everlasting classic which through the mix of grains directions and shades has a constantly story to tell.