Here's a small selection of some of our favourite projects from over the years, as well as a gallery of different finishes that we can offer to help you achieve the perfect look for your wooden floor.
In our opinion the beauty of wood is that it is a natural product. This means that each and every floor is as individual as the next.
Let us help you to love your floor again!
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Stain colour testing samples are always availableUnsure which colour to choose? No problem! We can offer samples to apply to your newly restored floor so you can see what your floor could look like with one of a variety of stains. From top to bottom here we have: Victorian Pine, Walnut, Light Oak, Dark Oak, Clear Hard Wax Oil
Removal of paint from pine boardsThere was a time when it was very "on trend" to paint wooden floors. If you've pulled up a carpet to reveal a painted floor, or simply no longer like the colour your boards were painted, we can restore them to their former, natural glory.
Clear Satin Hard Wax Oil on Pine boardsWhy not simply enhance the natural beauty of your wooden floor by asking us to apply a Clear Hard Wax Oil finish.
No colour, no tint, just an enrichment of the natural beauty of wood!
Clear Matt Hard Wax Oil on Pine boardsThis beautiful room spoke for itself. Our clients rightly chose a simple Clear finish to let the beauty of this room speak for itself.
Clear Matt Lacquer finish on Pine boardsA simple clear yet hard wearing finish for this floor allowed the natural colours and difference in the grain of these old pine boards to shine through.
Clear Satin Lacquer finish on Pine boardsThe richness of these original pine boards really shows after a sympathetic restoration and the application of a clear finishing top coat.
Light Oak Stain with a Satin Lacquer finish on Pine boardsThis reception room in a period home required restoration to reveal it's true potential. A Light Oak Stain gave the room a warm feel without the boards becoming too orange in colour. Finished with a Lacquer to provide a hard wearing top coat.
Light Oak Stain and a Satin Hard Wax Oil finish on Pine boardsThis beautiful landing floor was given a Light Oak Stain to compliment the crisp white balustrades.
Victorian Pine Stain and a Matt Lacquer finish on Pine boardsThis historic Vicarage deserved a modern twist on it's historic roots. Our client chose a Victorian Stain and complimented it with a Matt Lacquer to finish the project. Just beautiful.
Victorian Pine Stain and a Satin Hard Wax Oil finish on Pine boardsPine boards can often lack a bit of oomph! With the help of some Victorian Pine Stain and the right Lacqured finish, they have all the oomph they need to finish this restoration project beautifully!
Dark Oak Stain and a Matt Hard Wax Oil finish on Pine boardsThis victorian terrace has been loving renovated, and looked just perfect with a Dark Oak Stain applied to this floor.
Dark Oak Stain and a Satin Lacquer finish on Pine boardsThis light and airy loft conversion was perfectly finished with a Dark Oak stain applied to reclaimed pine floor boards before being protected with a Lacquer finish
Walnut Stain and a Satin Hard Wax Oil finish on Pine boardsThis beautiful Suffolk Farmhouse needed an equally beautiful floor to match. After careful and sympathetic renovation of it's original hallway floor, we applied a Walnut Stain in keeping with the feel of the property. A Satin Hard Wax Oil was then applied to protect the floor.
Walnut Stain and a Satin Lacquer finish on Pine boardsThis 1930's property had a lovely original pine floor hidden away under a threadbare orange, yes, orange carpet!
After some TLC to restore the boards, a Walnut Stain was applied which revealed the richness of the natural grain in the wood, before a Lacquer finish kept it protected from the clients dogs!
Mahogany Stain and a Satin Hard Wax Oil finish on Pine boardsOur clients chose this Mahogany Stain to compliment their newly decorated room. As our work is guaranteed to be dust free, we can complete your floor restoration after you've decorated.
A Hard Wax Oil was applied over the top of the stain to protect the floor. Please note this photo was taken when the floor was still wet so it has a much higher sheen than the final result once it is dry.