What colour will my wooden floor be after you’ve completed the floor sanding and varnished?
Here at William Beard Flooring we are frequently asked What colour will my wooden floor be after you’ve completed the floor sanding and varnished?
Well, this all depends on what wooden floor you have chosen and what the floor is made from, like oak, mahogany and maple are darker and softwood pine vary from like pale honey colour to dark and golden brown. Most wood types can be stained, bleached waxed and oil to a colour of your choice.
Pine floorboards that are aged have a warmth tone to then, it hard to say what colour you floor will turn out in after beefing sanded and varnished as all wood and flooring is different.
Aged pine floorboards have a nice warmth to them, its hard to say as every floor is slightly different, golden brown is common, antique honey pine is also common, you cant tell until you start sanding, the colour depends on the age of the wood and its acclimatisation with oxygen. Block or strip floors are usually oak, beech, ash, maple, cedar, or dark hardwoods mixed together and laid in herringbone patterns or basket weave or in the case of strips length ways