Industrial Grey Antique Oak Parquet (Harley Street, London)Scandinavian Kitchen, London

Adam Butler

Photo of a scandi l-shaped kitchen/diner in London with a submerged sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, light hardwood flooring and no island. —  Houzz
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ginahawthorne wrote:8 November 2015
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    Hitt Oak Ltd
    4 years ago

    I am afraid we were involved only with the flooring.

knoonan11 wrote:9 June 2015
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    Hitt Oak Ltd
    5 years ago

    It was supplied by us - Hitt Oak. Tumbled/Distressed edges and finished off-site.

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parsonsgray
Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to A Simple Guide to Reinstating Period Features in Your Home7 November 2017

Make your floors look fabMost period properties will have a combination of tiled and timber floors, and stripped wooden floorboards give a period house an authentic feel. Originally, these would have been stained dark to resemble mahogany, but go with what you love. If you need to replace rotten sections of board, first see whether you could take any from another part of the house where the floor will be covered. If you’re laying new wood flooring – whether you go for a solid or engineered design – consider the width of the boards alongside other elements of interior architecture. Boards that are too wide in a small room can overwhelm, but those that are too narrow can look mean. As an alternative, consider parquet, as these homeowners have done in their spacious kitchen, as it can be a striking complement to a contemporary scheme.Browse photos of wooden floors

sophiebaylis
Sophie Baylis added this to 10 Questions to Answer Before Purchasing Parquet Flooring27 January 2017

What type of wood is best for parquet?Each type of wood has benefits, from durability and natural colour to availability and price. However, all three experts here agree that oak is the best. “The king of these, without a doubt, is European oak,” says Justin Miskinis of Hitt Oak. “It’s famous for its hard-wearing properties and its ability to be stained to any colour. Untreated oak is naturally light in colour, so it takes on any tone easily, like a white piece of paper. “Most importantly, it’s easy to source, which means suppliers keep it in stock and sell it at a very reasonable price.”10 things you need to know about solid wood flooring

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Jo Simmons added this to 10 Contemporary Spaces Jane Austen Might Admire16 January 2017

The open-plan spaceAfter a long morning visiting the poor or enduring a bumpy carriage ride, most Jane Austen heroines would blanch at the prospect of relaxing in a space like this. It would seem altogether too austere! To today’s eyes, though, it’s a fascinating example of how ambitiously Georgian homes can be modernised. While the aesthetic is contemporary, this kitchen-diner is still obviously period, and its original features are shown off and celebrated by the simple scheme.

stowed
stowed added this to How to Make Your Kitchen Table the Heart of Your Home10 November 2015

Mix it all upAs it tends to be a relaxed, informal space, quirky and mismatched seating works really well in the kitchen – and will make your table feel more inviting.Look out for stools and elegant wooden desk chairs in second-hand shops to build an eclectic collection of perches, as the owners of this kitchen have done. This mixture of chairs breaks up the sleek, all-white backdrop and injects some warmth into the space.

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jburkeuva added this to Floors25 July 2020

Interesting pattern for music room

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Nicole Turney added this to Kitchen25 March 2020

Grey parquet flooring for kitchen

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Ros Turnley added this to webuser_419751116's ideas3 March 2020

Info on Parquet Flooring for ? 15 Finsbury Way

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