The Great House Collection: Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Flooring in Wide Plank Solid and Engineered: WEATHERED GREY

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Minimum Purchase: 1500 SF
Provenance: France 
ETA: 7-12 weeks - FOB West Hatfield, MA

The Great House Collection speaks of the main house on an estate surrounded by French gardens representing harmony and order. 

There are a lot of wood floors on the market today.  However, there is only one Kings of France Collection.  What sets these planks apart from the competition are the technical capabilities of our wood craftsmen.  These planks are aged using an oxidation process that works with the tannin of the oak.  They are hand worked on all surfaces.  The results are authentic. From the edging to the surface - a reclaimed wood floor is the only proper comparison - yet without the problems that arrive working with reclaimed oak planks. The matte patina and translucency of colors will be the anchor to a well-appointed and beautiful interior that seamlessly partners with reclaimed or aged French limestone or Belgian Bluestone pavers.

Weathered Grey is offered in wide plank solid and engineered flooring, as well as herringbone, chevron, parquet floors and custom stair risers and treads.  Specific care products and instructions for cleaning and maintaining the Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors are available with each wood floor purchase.

Color Way: Weathered Grey is a beautiful variance of washed light and medium grey with slight warm grey oak undertones.

The Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Wood Flooring Collection is the wood floor that makes one's heart skip a beat. There is an authenticity that makes the imagination soar back into time. There is a translucency of color, the regal oak grains and patterns and the sheer handsomeness of the wood craftsmanship that will usher one into a feeling of gratitude for the beauty that will permeate the home. With 14 colors, not arrived by stains or oils, but by an oxidation process, working with the tannin in the oak, that actually changes the composition of the wood fibers.  Enjoy the ambiance that these videos represent. Installation photos of our clients fabulous homes and testimonials to come!



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