Below is a painted
floor, produced by firstly screeding the floor to a semi finished
state. When dry, I began to work up different sized rustic stone slabs,
grout lines and shadows in paint and raw pigments. Once satisfied with
pattern and colour, the floor was finished with about five coats of
quick drying, low odour, varnish. Everything you see on the floor
surface is painted.
Worn, flaking and dirty floor restored and refinished
is a floor that was painted on newly laid board on top of noise baffle
board. New thresholds were cut and fitted and the whole was finished in
approximately five coats of varnish. As this floor inevitably ages with
wear, it will look even better by simply varnishing over chips and
scratches etc. thereby gently producing a nicely patinated floor.
BEAUTIFUL, NEW, DARK, COFFEE, OAK FLOOR
THE WORKERS UNITE TO TACKLE AN ANCIENT PUB FLOOR COVERED BY CARPET AND (BIZARRELY) COLOURED CONCRETE SCREED
RECLAIMED OAK STRIP FLOOR from LONDON to CAMBRIDGESHIRE