The Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Flooring Elegant Farmhouse Collection - The Belgian Farmhouse

$ 18.85

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The Elegant Belgian Farmhouse - A classic lighter gray wood floor where the French grain and knots intermingle with dove gray, cream and oak hues.  This wood color marries well with white, black, oak and cream.  The paired down muted tones can lend itself to a minimalist farmhouse interior with a mix of modern and farmhouse elements.
Available in: Solid, Engineered, Custom Stair Treads, Chevron, Herringbone and Parquet de Versailles Pattern
Thickness for both Solid and Engineered: 2.2 mm 
Grade: Rustic A/B - open knots are filled
Surface Texture: Slightly Wire brushed
Edges: Micro Bevel G02, Tongue and Groove on the 2 long sides, end squared 
PEFC Certified 

Many people swoon when gazing upon an image of an idyllic farmhouse.  Gardens filled with growing vegetables, orchards ripe with fruit, fresh air, blue sky, homemade strawberry pie...sigh.  As well, farmhouses represent large families, celebrations and communal farm-to-table feasts.  Farming is noble and hard work from planting to harvest and after a long day in the fields, the farmhouse is a welcoming sight.  The farmhouse is iconic and is found all over the world - however one singular theme for a farmhouse's interior is the famous farmhouse wood floor. The Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Flooring Elegant Farmhouse Collection will help begin this journey of creating an interior that holds fast to this vision of farmhouse life.  This French and European oak flooring collection has a smooth, brushed surface and silky, matte patina that creates a quiet, lovely and elegant wood floor. Our woodworkers and technicians begin the 7-10 step oxidation method, with drying time in-between, to age the oak from the inside out.  The oxidation method works within the tannin of the oak planks and no reactive stains or colored oils are used in this process.  Each plank is finished by hand and because the color is achieved through the oxidation process working with the natural tannin of the oak, each floor will be unique with it's own identity and authentic character.