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Although demanding we love tackling the special projects which require skills, care, attention to detail, full concentration but most of all thorough assessment and planning. We can say about this project that it was very technical and through this we managed to achieve a beautiful decorative and pleasant result.
A wonderfully decorated large space became more elegant and warm welcoming with these wide and long oak boards installed all throughout. The discretely integrated hearth frames which we crafted from the same boards as the floor made the whole design even smarter.
It is always a pleasure for us to work for highly demanding clients which from the first meeting tell us precisely what are the requirements. This makes our planning and approach a lot more clear. Of course when the requirements are also high we have to double our efforts.
The natural look of the oak in narrow and long boards creates a charming feel of being home. It is hard to tell exactly what are the particularities that turn these kind of wooden floors in warm welcoming areas.
The uniqueness of a walnut floor cannot be matched by any other wood species. A not such a large surface but with the help of the wonderful winding grains and our special attention to details we managed to obtain a beautiful wooden floor.
For this project we were in for a not such a pleasant surprise. As usual when having furniture we started by moving it in a safe side. The old laminate was removed as well as the old parquet which was hidden under the laminate.
Most of the times smaller projects are more demanding than the larger ones especially when multiple stages are involved. This project made no exception.
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.
This project was quite unique through its extended size, about 120sqm, irregular perimeter of the surface, the absence of skirting which was replaced with a shadow gap and special integrated panel doors.