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What is Hand Scraped Distressed Flooring?

 


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Wood flooring is a beautiful and organic statement of luxury, whether it is in your home or in an upmarket hotel or commercial property. Hand scraped distressed flooring takes it one step further by making your wood floor completely bespoke. There are many types of scraped distressed flooring out there at the moment, but none compare to the richness and character which hand scraped flooring possesses. So what is hand scraped distressed flooring? It is a technique which was previously used in the 19th Century by skilled craftsmen to produce a flat surface.

This technique created a truly unique finish to each floor, which in today’s society is much sought after. This company have a selection of hand scraped wood flooring, which takes a considerable amount of time and skill. However, as craftsmen they appreciate that the character of the floor when it has been carefully scraped produces a floor which is rich in both character and texture.

The character which this technique produces is similar to antique floors, and as such many prefer this technique during a restoration project. The striking effect of hand scraped wood flooring means that it possesses an abundance of character and is ideal for both traditional and contemporary properties.

Increasingly, many companies are using mechanical means to produce the hand scraped effect. This is a fast way of producing on mass, a floor which echoes the character of solid antique handscraped oak. The only downfall of manufactured hand scraped flooring, is that the characteristics do tend to repeat themselves, and the overall pattern can appear generic if you are not careful. With hand scarped flooring, the pattern is truly bespoke and there is no risk of a repeat pattern appearing as it is hand scraped by these skilled craftsmen.

If you want to emphasise the character which hand scraping and distressing is able to create, then this company would recommend that you use a dark stain. The stain pools in the scrapes, and as a result emphasises the character which is embedded there. If however you want a truly unique floor which fits into a contemporary interior design, the light finishes tend to be more complementary, although the character of the floor is somewhat lost.

This company pride themselves on the high quality products which they consistently provide their valued customers with. They are very passionate about wood flooring , and this is shown in their dedication to provide the best. Hand scraped flooring is a floor that they feel is truly beautiful in its appearance, and their expertise on the matter enable them to deliver quality advice on how best to care for all wood floorings.

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