Project Spotlight: Wide Plank European Oak Hardwood Flooring

Are you interested in hardwood flooring for your home? Do you have a lot of space? Here’s a project spotlight you may be interested in! One of our San Jose clients opted for wide plank European French Oak hardwood floors in a large area of their home that wraps around their kitchen. The rooms in the project included the formal dining room, family room, informal living room and kitchen. As you can see in the photos above and below, the finished hardwood flooring is stunning.

Wide Plank European Oak Hardwood Floor

Wide Plank European French Oak Hardwood Flooring Project Details

When the San Jose homeowner walked through our doors, they knew they wanted wide plank Oak hardwood flooring. They specifically chose the wide planks because of their large living space; total square footage of the project was 1,063.

Dark Wide Plank French Oak Floors

Curious what type of hardwood floors they are? The homeowner opted for Garrison Villa Gialla European French Oak (Marsala color) in random lengths up to 7 feet, 4 inches. This is engineered wood flooring with a 4MM wear layer. It was also lacquered and brushed following installation. The entire project took us 10 days to complete.

Want to see additional photos of the project? See the project on Houzz.

Whether you know what type of flooring you want for your home or not, we’re standing by and ready to help! Come visit our showroom to see a wide variety of options, and talk to our experts for suggestions and recommendations for your home. Make sure you contact us for a free in-home estimate, too!

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Photo Credit: Allison Baerin for San Jose Hardwood Floors


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