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tressnort17 wrote:6 February 2016
  • Kim McDonald Bucur
    4 years ago

    Hi, would you recommend a wide plank floor for a small space that you are trying to make look bigger or would a think plank work better? I love the wide plank floors in the picture.

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    The New & Reclaimed Flooring Company
    4 years ago

    Hi Kim,

    If your goal is to make the space look bigger you should go for wide planks. Also, it is advisable to use light and pale patinas/colours for your floorboards.

    If you have a project, feel free to drop us an email to info@reclaimedflooringco.com and we will find the best floor for you.

    Your RFC team

jules james wrote:8 November 2016
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    The New & Reclaimed Flooring Company
    3 years ago

    Hi Jules,

    These solid oak floorboards have a bespoke patina over an Industrial Chich platform (RFC made).

    The closest one in colour, texture and feel is our saxon patina over the same platform.


    You can find all the tech details under the description.

    If you have any further question please let us know,

    Your RFC friends

samanthahill wrote:21 April 2016
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    The New & Reclaimed Flooring Company
    4 years ago

    Hi Samantha, we don't know the specifications for this project as we only supplied the (beautiful) floor.

harryhughes wrote:25 February 2016

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Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Do These 10 Things to Keep Your Renovation on Schedule10 October 2017

8. Calculate your materialsYou don’t want to over-order because you don’t want to waste money on surplus materials, right? Well, yes and no. What if you order all the paint for your project, but your decorator needs five per cent more than the quantity probably be a slightly different colour, which will affect the quality of the finish.If you are ordering surface finishes, such as tiles, flooring or slates, you also need to factor in wastage. This is generally 10 per cent, but it can be as high as 20 per cent if you are using reclaimed materials.

Sophie Baylis added this to 10 Things You Need to Know About Solid Wood Flooring14 October 2016

What do wood grades mean?The grade of a wood is useful for assessing its overall look, and generally refers to the amount and size of visible knots or other natural marks. As a rule, the smaller the knots and more uniform the colour, the higher the grade of wood and, therefore, the price. There are four wood grades: Prime, Select, Natural and Rustic. Prime has the lowest knot content, Rustic the highest. “Unfortunately, there are no universal standards for grading wood. Consequently, it isn’t always possible for consumers to assume that when grades are cited, they will be comparing like with like,” says Ray Scott of Ted Todd.

Lara Sargent added this to 9 Reasons to Love Wooden Floors19 January 2016

Lengthen your roomAs a rule of thumb, wooden floorboards look best when running in the same direction as the longest dimension in the room. This works well in a hallway, as laying your planks lengthways means the eye is drawn to the furthest point, leading you through this transitional space into the main house.Browse more wooden floor ideas and photos

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