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White oak flooring

Posted by kjordanx4 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 2, 13 at 17:33

Hi! I am finally getting rid of my honey oak cabinets and forest green counters from the early 90s!! I have found a great painter who is staining my oak cabinets a jacobean color. We are using Silestone Sienna Ridge quartz on the countertops. I have white oak floors that are currently finished with a golden oak and provencial mix. I don't want to go as dark as the cabinets, but I would like to get (far) away from the reds and oranges in my floor. Any suggestions on color? This is my last big decision regarding my kitchen remodel.

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RE: White oak flooring

I have a walnut/jacobean mix on mine. It might be special walnut. It is a bona stain. Have the floor guy give you the samples or have him stain a piece of white oak (they usually have some to repair damaged floors) so you can see it.

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