Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors can only be compared to true reclaimed 18th Century French oak planks. With unparalleled beauty, each oak plank is aged, not by pigments or colorants, but by unique oxidation procedures working with the natural tannin of the oak. Read more in this latest blog and...enjoy our first video, with many more to come in our Historic Decorative Materials YouTube Channel, of these wood floors that leave one breathless.
A Look Book is a wonderful tool to get an overview of a work. Please enjoy Historic Decorative Materials Look Book of our vintage decorative wall tile collections and become inspired by the pairings of these tiles with our antique and aged French and Belgian building materials.
Is it trending or just beautiful?
Mixing materials and styles is the key to achieving the Belgian Farmhouse Modern Aesthetic. The contrast between old world and new makes both elements pop and the eye never tires of these juxtaposed surface textures.
Read this design blog and see how I deconstruct these Belgian building materials to find their way into a beautiful space.
The Kings of France Aged French Oak Flooring is like no other pre-finished wood floor on the market today. Historically aged with exemplary techniques, one could easily compare these wide-plank oak floors to reclaimed 18th century French oak planks. Available in over 14 colors, these solid or engineered wood floors, in wide-plank, chevron, herringbone or parquet de Versailles, are the essential backdrop to custom homes and historic renovations.