We asked wood floor pros this question, and they shared some gorgeous projects. Here are some of our favorite responses from our readers on the WFB Facebook page.
Century maple water-popped and stained with spice brown.
Bona Nordic and Traffic satin.
I had to match the risers that were 20 years old… about 12 stain colors.
Herringbone install with a brass inlay and Rubio Monocoat in Oyster.
Loba PreTone, one was a brown and the other was a white. Finished in Rubio Monocoat White, all on
180-mm heart pine.
Acacia stained with a custom blend.
A few different stains, added rustic marks and Berger-Seidle matte GreenStar.
Max Hardwood Floors Corp.
Wirebrushed rift and quarter white oak with Rubio Monocoat custom color.
Nutmeg on rift and quartered white oak.
A pine floor that we wire-brushed on site and then finished with Pallmann X333 Grey and Pallmann Magic Oil 2K Ergo. Such a cool aged look.
3”x15” #1 white oak herringbone beveled on site, pretreated with Rubio Fumed Light and finished with Rubio Oyster hardwax oil.
Brazilian cherry grain-popped and stained with ebony and three coats of Pallmann matte water-based urethane.