For this project, Oak & Broad worked closely with the homeowner to help them choose the right materials and create a custom stain. Based on the location of the home and its proximity to the ocean, we recommended using engineered wide plank White Oak flooring as opposed to a solid plank. The carefully layered design provides the look and feel of a solid wood floor but adds flexibility and durability that makes engineered flooring perfect for areas of the home and country that experience high moisture levels.
Ultimately, the homeowners chose an engineered wide plank White Oak flooring that also included an extra thick veneer. This feature no only adds to the structural stability of the entire floor, it also increases the longevity of the planks. The floor will continue to look like new and adapt to changing moisture levels in the air for years to come.
Creating a Custom Floor
After choosing the right product, it was time to find the perfect stain to compliment the existing architectural elements and décor. We provided several customized stain options based on the customer’s personal taste and preferences and were able to create the ideal stain that highlights the wood’s natural grains and brings out the subtle brown and yellow hues. The end result is a warm and luxurious floor that makes a statement from the moment you walk in the door.
While thinner planks have long been a popular choice in home design, you can see from the images that wide plank White Oak flooring provides some real advantages. The wider cut reveals more character and grain patterns in each plank while also opening up the room and creating a more spacious feel. Wide plank flooring looks great in both large and small spaces.
Are you ready to get started on your engineered wide plank White Oak flooring project and create a fully customized look for your home? If so, contact the experts at Oak & Broad today to learn more about your options.