Whitewash oak flooring

Whitewash oak flooring can subtly brighten up any interior, whether you’re making a home in a traditional Victorian house or modern Scandinavian apartment. Due to its durability Ecohardwood Ltd quality engineered hardwood flooring will be a nice design touch in all the areas of your home, including kitchen, dining room, bedroom, living room and so on. Whitewash oak flooring will make a room feel brighter and bigger. It is also an ideal background for both dark or natural colour furniture and accessories.

Matching whitewash hardwood flooring with interior

Whitewash oak flooring will perfectly blend in if you are trying to achieve that light and easy feel in your home. It is easy to match any whitewash flooring shade with other colours, for instance, when choosing appropriate paint for the walls and purchasing furniture. Should you decide to go for a Scandi or even beach-inspired look, you can match this type of floor with white, off-white, whitewash, eggshell or ecru wall paint. It also pairs well with grey and blue colour palette. You can also play with furniture, anything from traditional wooden tables and chairs, comfy sofas and cushions or glass and metal minimalistic features. It’s always worth it to gather design inspiration online.

 

Whitewash oak flooring options

Ecohardwood Ltd is an official sales office in the UK for a Lithuanian manufacturer UAB Ecowood, producing eco-friendly engineered oak flooring.

In the category of engineered whitewash wooden flooring we can offer such colours as Nordic White and Frosty. At the moment the selection is sadly not vast, however, our designers are constantly in process of creating new colours for the customers.

Depending on the look you are trying to create, there are three grade options for the flooring. If you’re after that rustic or cosy beachy feel, whitewash oak floor in rustic grade will help to achieve the wanted vibe as it nicely exposes the natural character of the wood. For a more reserved minimalistic design we suggest select grade. This type of flooring is carefully selected by the manufacturer and has no knots. Should you wish a natural, but not too rustic engineered oak floor, nature grade then would be an available option.

Regarding plank dimensions, we offer 115m, 140mm, 180mm and 230mm wide boards as well as 14.5mm and 20mm thicknesses.

All of the above widths are available in herringbone and chevron design in 14.5mm thickness. Most of the colours from our collection are available in sanded, brushed and cross-brushed finish, however Nordic White is available in smooth finish only and Frosty in brushed. Along with the factory it’s decided that these two textures suit the colours best.

We are always happy to discuss any design ideas with you and provide installed hardwood flooring images and hand samples.

 

Maintenance

Although typically you would imagine that whitewash wooden flooring requires a lot of attention and cleaning, but our company would like to put your mind at easy, because our engineered flooring is relatively easy to maintain. Also, oak is hardwood and is more scratch-resistant as opposed to softwoods. We recommend applying colourless hardwax oil once the floor is installed for extra protection and then re-oil it every few years to keep the aesthetics in tip-top shape. On a daily basis your whitewash oak flooring will keep its fresh look if you use a recommended wash care for wooden flooring. Cleaning is simple using a well wrung cloth or a hoover on a ‘hardwood floor’ setting. You can also place a rug near the door so it would prevent the dirt sticking to the whitewash floor.

 

Shipping information

All of our products can be delivered to your home, anywhere in the UK at a reasonably cheap cost. The price depends on the postcode and we can always calculate it for you ahead of time. Find your location within the United Kingdom below and get in touch with our sales office for more info with regards to your order of good engineered hardwood flooring: England ( Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, County Durham, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Riding of Yorkshire, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Humberside, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Merseyside, Middlesex, Norfolk, North Somerset, North, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Tyne & Wear, Warwickshire, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire), Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.