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Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

Posted by KateB22 (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 28, 13 at 13:46

I saw some pretty photos of a bleached/whitewashed oak floor. Anyone have any experience with this?


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

Would love to see some photos KateB. I am looking for a light colored wood flooring option myself. Good luck on your decison.


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

I tries to post a link but the best way is to google bleached oak floors

This post was edited by KateB22 on Sat, Dec 28, 13 at 22:19


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

http://cfchardwoodfloors.com/bleached-hardwood-floors/


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I saw this - http://andersonfloors.com/Our_Hardwood_Floors/Anderson_Floors.aspx?collection=2 in a model house and it looks beautiful. I'll post picture later when i get to computer.

Here is a link that might be useful: coastal art pickle barrel floor by Anderson flooring


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

Picture of aboved linked floor installed.


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

Cloeeup of the same floor. It's enginnered hardwood and I was disappointed the top wood layer is pretty thin and it probably can't take much sanding in case of deep scratches.


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RE: Bleached/whitewashed Oak floors

I currently have Homerwood product (subsidiary of Armstrong) in my home now and really think it's beautiful. It's Hickory Graphite so I'm considering a lighter color for the new house. They have a new line called Aesthetics. Considering Ash White Sand.
http://homerwood.com


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