13,683 Oak wood plank floor Traditional Home Design Photos

KAS Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Historic Update
Ideabooks56
Questions0
Oak wood plank floor
“Counter top” — roreym
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks146K
Questions159
What's the finish on the floors?
What is the finish on these floors? Are they stained? Is a poly / oil / wax finish applied?
where can I find the flooring? I love the wide plank.
What is the flooring.? And where can you find it?
I'm writing about wide plank hardwood floors and would love to include your photo. I'm happy to give you credit and
Floors are beautiful! What species, finish and plank size?
Please tell me what kind of floor this is and the color of the stain
Please tell me what the wood and the stain is for this floor.
What a great space! Love the wide plank floors! We manufacture similar reclaimed wood flooring. www.elmwoodreclaimedtimber.com/products/wide-plank-wood-flooring
That is mahogany wood, thanks for your interest.
“Floor is cool, double upper cabinets” — tedsara
Appalachian Woods
Antique Beam Sawn Oak
Ideabooks1,065
Questions1
Our Antique Beam Sawn flooring in random widths from 2.5"-6.5". The flooring was stained with 1 part Bona "medium brown" and one part Bona "natural". Then three clear coats of "Bona naturale" to finish. This gorgeous house overlooks Lake Michigan.
match it. If you can't match it well it may still look good offset from the rest of the flooring.
Love the floors. Would they look good if I used them in a step down living room but stained the standard 3" oak flooring to match this in the rest of the house? Thanks.
Oak wall with white wash ceilings
Wood horizontally placed on walls with white trim and wood floors
Love the white trim with natural wood walls.
white trim on light oak floors
The floors look to have a mocha
“floor stain” — natspano
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,014
Questions5
Can you provide information on the flooring - it is beautiful. Thanks.
Can you tell me what color/ brand stain was used on the floors?
They look like site finished white oak planks with no stain and about 4" wide.
Can you please tell me the widths used in the floor?
Great looking kitchen! Will that metal stool scratch the wood?
White Oak takes a stain beautifully. Site finishing them lets you choose the exact stain combination you like. The Minwax website has a great utility for picking stains. Have your finisher make a few samples for your. We just sent a 10" wide plank White Oak floor to another Houzz user. They did not stain
clear finished white oak floors. no color
White oak floor no stain good width of planks. Maybe too natural looking?
“floors” — tl98
Cynthia Lynn Photography
5 Reviews
Simplifying in the Suburbs
Ideabooks6,178
Questions5
I love the flooring, what is it?
Can you tell me anything about the flooring?
What kind of wood are the flooring planks?
maybe if one more person asked about the flooring we wo
What is the color of the walls? Have hickory floors similar to this and I am looking for a beigey white (italiany off-white like this) color to paint the walls of my bedroom. Want something that is definitely creamy and will look good with lots of natural wood furnishings
The floor and wall color for basement
Width of the floor planks. For flooring in bedrooms.
Wide plank floors and natural wood staircase... Love it
So far this flooring is my favorite!
the idea outright. A stained floor can just as easily have built-in age, warmth and welcome. Consider using a wide plank, like those pictured here. They are inherently more homey than narrow oak strips and are readily available, even in laminate. Check out Armstrong or Pergo for some great, affordable
“Floor, stairs” — jes806
Rehder Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Kitchen
Ideabooks1,018
Questions5
what type of wood is the ceiling? Is it tongue and groove?
What kind of wood are the cabinets please?
Lovely! What kind of wood/stain is the floor? Do you remember the brand? Thanks.
What is the countertop and what grade of wood on the floor?
haymond - The flooring is Grade A four-inch plank oak. Grade B has knots/ slight defects (which some people like for its rustic aesthetic). The countertop is 'Aquarello' granite. It was
jeanthomson, Thank you! The flooring is 3/4" x 4" tongue and groove white oak in a natural stain. Steve Rehder
he flooring is 3/4" x 4" tongue and groove white oak in a natural stain. Steve Rehder” “The flooring is Grade A four-inch plank oak. Grade B has knots/
wood floor, red birch cabinets, bookshelves!
“Cabinet color” — emilymhamilton
Celtic Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Celtic Construction
Ideabooks4,278
Questions9
What color is the floor stain?
Do you have the exact formula and brand for the stain on the floors?
what color stain did you use on your floors, and anything else you used on them? Tell me everything.
Mahogany stain, then cut it with 1/4 Van Dyke Brown to take out some of the red. The floors themselves are real on site 3/4 think planks and are Red Oak. Best advice, get some stains, play with them and test them on scrap wood you have left over. Hope that helps.
Oh and don't forget to seal it with 3 coats of poly after, but your floor installer will know that. Good luck
Well they are #2 red oak, 4in wide planks, nailed down on 3/4" plywood subfloor with the slab sealed in tar and plastic first. We used a red mahogany
“Floors and cabinet style” — hbd694
Cunningham Welsh Architects LLC
Georgetown Renovation
Ideabooks3,434
Questions6
Very nice design......please tell me about the floor - wood, stain, finish. Thank you!
What type of flooring is this? What kind of wood? Was a subfloor used?
What is the name of the wood floor and where to purchase it?
"created onsite…..the wood, stain, finish all being unique to the owner & contractors. Houzzers (including me!) have asked since early 2013. The architect may not been part of the floor finish final decisions…That may be why we don't have that info.
It looks like an Oak floor with a darker jacobean
It's Rift & Quartered Oak. I believe it to be white oak. Jobsite finish.
I can tell you that this is Rift & Quartered White Oak. Installed unfinished, stained, and then finished. This picture looks like these are 5" wide boards or possibly 4".
“Contrast of the dark floor to the white cabinets” — griffinlawson
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