Flooring Examples

This gallery previews the before and after of staining and sanded flooring examples. At Colour My Floors we have performed the art of hand staining on existing timber floors as well as new installations over many types of timbers. We conduct samples onsite which encompasses sanding the floor in a well-lit area and producing a choice of colours to compliment the interiors. Below are some in-situ flooring examples of what Colour My Floors can produce for you. For more flooring examples and staining projects, please contact us.


2016

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Tasmanian Oak floorboards, resanded and master polished, finished with Snow Gum hand staining and satin sealed.

Project 22

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This floor uses European Oak in a parquetry configuration, stained weathered grey.

2015

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French Oak panels master sanded, fine grid polish, stained colour Ghost Gum sealed natural oil semi gloss.

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Reclaimed Oregon beams, machine into flooring, faded honey yellow. resanded , nail holes punched and filled with black putty, fine polished and stained colour Limestone matt finish.

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Old and faded Tasmanian Oak resanded, fine polish and stained colour Ghost Gum semi gloss finish.

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Faded yellow Tasmanian Oak flooring, resanded, polished and hand stained. Colour Limestone satin finish.

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European parquetry, haddon hall pattern. Sanded and master polished. Hand stained teak walnut.   Feather brush stress scratches and finished in natural oil.

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New Tasmanian oak floor boards, factory finished.  The timber was aged artificially through organic industrial staining. To further mimic the aging process the flooring was hand rough scrapped, fake nail holes, black filler in the gaps, chisel splits, dents, stress scratches and chips. The flooring was loose laid direct to concrete.

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Old Tasmanian floor boards. Re-sanded and master polished. Colour stain Organic Lime.

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Re-sanded mixed reds parquetry floor, sealed with natural wax.

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Old hevea floating floor.  Re-sanded and polished. Stain induced organic black ‘juniper’.

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Old Baltic floor boards. Re-sanded and master polished. Colour stain town hall.

Project 11

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Blackbutt timber flooring. Re-sanded and master polished. Colour of stain natural lime.

Project 10

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New installation of Tasmanian oak flooring. Sanded and master polished. Colour of stain town hall.

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New French oak Versailles panels, hand bevelled and scrapped.  Master polished and hand stained. Colour of stain town hall.

2014

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Old Baltic pine flooring with 20 year old 2pk polyurethane brown stain. Re-sanded and master polished.  Stain colour natural lime.

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Tasmanian oak floorboards watermarked by tiles, re-sanded and master polished. Stained walnut brown.

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The owners of this house removed the existing carpet and discovered old Baltic pine flooring with a bit of Australian history.  You will notice around the perimeter a black border has been induced into the timber. Remnants of this resourceful design technique evolved around the late 30’s early 40’s. At that time wool was in short supply due to the impending war effort, so carpet became a luxury and was installed frugally.  The flooring was re-sanded and master polished. The stain colour is natural lime.

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Euro oak engineered pre-finished floor boards walnut brown.  Re-sanded and master polished. The stain colour traditional lime.

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New installation of solid French oak flooring, sanded and master polished. The stain colour is organic lime.

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Tasmanian oak floor boards, re-sanded and master polished. The stain colour induced into this timber is organic lime.

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Old Baltic flooring re-sanded and master polished. The flooring has been hand stained and the colour is blue stone.

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This luxurious house has been complimented by installing French oak parquetry, the style is chevron with only the side of the block bevelled. The timber has been master polished and stained colour is blue stone.