Pine floors

Transform your home with the timeless beauty of pine floors. Discover top ideas to add warmth and character to your space with this natural flooring option.
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Installing wide-plank pine flooring - NewlyWoodwards

If you need me, I’ll be in the house, petting our new wood floors. That’s normal, right? If this is wrong, I just don’t want to be right. Once the walls were painted and the fireplace was concreted and stoned (those are totally verbs at the Woodwards), it was time to lay the floors. As a quick reminder, we […]

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April Sorichetti
Holy cow guys. I feel like I might finally be able to sleep tonight after weeks & weeks of trying to decide what we should do with our new pine flooring. So if you remember a few months ago [HERE] we made the decision to install 8 inch pine boards into our house. Well, that … Coastal Boho Living Room, Pine Stain Colors, Floor Stain Colors, Weathered Oak Stain, Pine Wood Flooring, Pine Flooring, Heart Pine Flooring, Stain On Pine, Farmhouse Flooring

We Chose A Color For Our Floors!!!!

Holy cow guys. I feel like I might finally be able to sleep tonight after weeks & weeks of trying to decide what we should do with our new pine flooring. So if you remember a few months ago we made the decision to install 8 inch pine boards into our house. Well, that was an easy decision... & I thought deciding whether to paint or stain would be easy as well. No. No it wasn't. I completely locked up & didn't know what to do because I loved painted & stained floors equally. So, I asked you…

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Liz Marie
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Tung oil on wood floors | a review 2 years later - NewlyWoodwards

You may or may not remember that we took a different route when finishing our wood floors in our home. Instead of installing pre-finished floors or using polyurethane, we chose to finish unfinished yellow pine with pure tung oil. And in the two years we've been living with these floors, we have received hundreds of questions about how they are holding up. I guess we aren't the only ones who are interested in this beautiful, natural, nontoxic finish.

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Alicia K

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