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The Magic of Stain (VIDEO)

A wood stain is a colorant dissolved in any solvent or agent. The colorant is usually a dye or pigment and you have to choose a dye based stain or a pigment based stain depending on the type of wood you use for your floor. The solvent can be water, petroleum, or finishing agents like varnish or shellac. It is advisable to use a stain on a wooden floor not only because it is aesthetically pleasing, it also helps to protect your floor. Staining is also helpful in maximising the life of your wooden floor. While staining wood may seem unnecessary at first, you will reap the benefits later on. Staining wood is always better than leaving them unprotected. In the following paragraphs we explain the benefits of staining your wooden floor.

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For The Love Of Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floorings have a unique allure because they impart a timeless look to any room they are installed in, be it the bedroom, the living room, the common floor area, the kitchen or the deck. Their versatility and variations make them ideal choice for any decor and furnishing style. With their different colors, textures and cuts, they can be paired with numerous design themes and patterns.

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Color Trends in Hardwood Flooring

Who can deny the charm of hardwood flooring? The warmth, natural beauty and class that such a flooring conveys is unmatched even though there are hundreds of synthetic variants in the market. Though most age old interiors boast of natural colors in hardwood flooring, that is no longer the case nowadays. With the technical innovations and new developments in the quality and colors of stains and polishes, you can now choose from a variety of colors for your hardwood flooring to match your style and decor.

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Are you a Wooden Floor admirer?

A house with genuine wooden floor is a dream of many. Wooden flooring has been used in building interiors for centuries. Because of the skilful labour work engaged in the preparation of the wood and its long term maintenance, wooden floor was only seen with the elite and the wealthiest people in the world. In olden days, there were very less machineries to make the wood suitable for flooring and expert craftsmen laboured for years on the same floor, meticulously cutting each intricate inlay or pattern by hand. The wood flooring industry became popular as today around the 20th century.

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Questions To Ask Before Installing Wooden Flooring

So, your fascination with wood flooring has made you decide on that for your home. But if you haven’t given much of a thought to the type of wood flooring that would suit your needs, then know that you have a difficult choice ahead of you. Though hardwood flooring is the gold standard in flooring, there is a need for some research before you go ahead and give it your final nod. The choice of area where the flooring has to be installed, the type of subfloor, the existing decor of your home and the cost of the flooring are some of the factors that would play a role in determining the type of wood that will go as your flooring. Here are some of the details that you may need to brainstorm on before making a final choice.

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Common Misconceptions about Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood floors are gaining remarkable popularity among homebuyers. Apart from making homes look spectacular and stunning wooden floors also enhance the resale value of your homes. Over the years, we came across a number of misconceptions regarding hardwood floors. But there are certain misconceptions doing the rounds about wooden flooring which needs to be straightened out.

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A Handy Guide To Wooden Flooring

Wooden floors have a certain nascent charm that only grows with time. One of the most enduring flooring choices, if cared for properly, these floorings can last more than a lifetime. Some of the historical buildings showcase this type of flooring from more than a century ago! If the world of wooden flooring fascinates you and you have decided to install it in your living space, then this guide will help you in choosing the type that best works for the various parts of your home.

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Tigerwood – the most expensive flooring option

Exotic hardwoods are prized for their hardness and durability. Exotic hardwoods have become extremely popular now-a-days for both homes and businesses. Tigerwood or Brazilian Koa, is one such exotic hardwood that is prized more for its looks than hardness or sustainability. Sure, it is one of the hardest hardwoods found on the planet. Sure, a floor made of Tigerwood would last a lifetime – if not more. But these characteristics can be found in other exotic hardwoods like Brazilian cherry. So why is Tigerwood such an expensive flooring option?

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