A true understanding of the Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors would mean you have done your research, you have seen other wood floors on the market and you know these wood floors just have no comparison. 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. Each plank is hand worked giving unbridled character to a floor. Each oak plank will continue to age over time in one's home. And in the Cast Iron Collection - this floor called Cast Iron Grey, authentic patina rivets are hand worked into the wood. Metal + Wood? For those who appreciate these materials...this is something just out of heaven!
And as it is said, a picture is worth a thousand words...what then is worth a video? With much more videos to come in our new Historic Decorative Materials YouTube Channel, please enjoy the ambiance, authenticity and beauty of these unique aged grey French oak floors that is the Kings of France Collection.
Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors in Danish White Wash is a harmony in three whites, an authentic patina that whispers of centuries past and the perfect floor for breathtaking Belgian style interior homes.
Walnut is the color choice for those who appreciate a warm, rich floor. With color variation from black walnut to wheat and oak walnut tones, worm holes, knots and historic grains and patterns - the Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors in Walnut is as authentic as it is beautiful.
Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors in Tobacco is our version of Mahogany. A gorgeous but subtle variation in warm browns with an undertone of rich cherry, these French oak floors exude an authenticity that will define your home.
Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors in Charcoal radiates a warmth not usually found in grey wood flooring. A symphony of dark and light charcoal greys with oak grey undertones is authentic as it is beautiful. Watch the video below to view and learn more.
Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors has a beautiful soft grey called Weathered Grey. These greys are not achieved by oils or stains, but by the oxidation process that works with the Oak tannin, actually changing the composition of the wood fibers. This means that these light grey wood floors are as authentic as they are beautiful.
Cast Iron Mahogany
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