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 Coastal style white wooden floors are slightly rustic for an airy, beachy feel. There are several ways to achieve a shoreside style wooden floor - all simple yet sophisticated. They are often textured or feature intentional gaps between the planks to reflect the way the wood would have weathered over time. Textured white wooden floors lend themselves to a matte finish and the combination of texture with a white washing gives the floor an unspohisticated offshore feel. The floor below is all white but achieves a rustic purity with each plank stained a sliughtly different hue of white .

We achieve Texture in two ways; by either Band Sawing for an undulating, rough sawn surface or Brushing to accentuate the natural grain. Engineered White Ash flooring and Engineered Appalachian White Oak flooring are popular choices for coastal style interiors, both available in a Select grade which is essential for a Band sawn finish.

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Scandinavian style Douglas fir flooring

White wooden flooring & white walls are key features within Scandinavian style interiors. What is more the combination of white walls & bleached pine such as Douglas Fir Flooring, diffuses and polarizes natural light. Many architects also opt for white interiors, as the lack of colour keeps the eye focused on the structure of the space instead. Because of their clean aesthetic, white wooden floors add a heightened perception of space, create visual flow and make rooms appear larger.

Engineered Douglas Fir flooring
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Douglas Fir Flooring is stunning, sustainable and sensationally beautiful. Due to the exceptional size of the trees, which typically top heights of up to 100m, Douglas Fir is in demand for the natural drama delivered by wide-plank, room-length floorboards that lesser floors cannot convey.

Pale toned, white wooden floors are key elements within Scandinavian style interiors, a popular concept within contemporary design and set to stay, gracing our homes and interiors, Instagram and Pinterest feeds. Scandinavian flooring is characteristically coniferous, due to the abundance of raw material available to our Nordic neighbours. Larch and Douglas Fir flooring are prevalent and popular choices for their natural character and colouring.

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