Grey Engineered Oak Flooring, Finsbury Park, London

When fitting a wooden floor over different surfaces aiming to create a unity between them things get a bit difficult. Especially when the space is tight too. But the feeling of achievement is unparalleled when the our customer's requests are fulfilled.
Posted on04-03-2016 by 994

When fitting a wooden floor over different surfaces aiming to create a unity between them things get a bit difficult. Especially when the space is tight too. But the feeling of achievement is unparalleled when the our customer's requests are fulfilled.  

The project consisted in installing the wooden floor in living room, kitchen, landing, hallway and a few steps. Beside the divided surface we had a challenge in seamlessly joining the new floor with the original balusters. As you can see in the pictures the steps and landing are having one side exposed.
An additional special feature is the fireplace frame, also seamlessly integrated into the floor.

Wood boards: Grey Engineered Oak
Boards Dimensions: Width 180mm, Thickness 20mm, Length 2200mm.
Location: Finsbury, London

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