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Staining wood floors

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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 …

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…

Red Oak Floor Stains - Photo Guide - Decor Hint

Get some ideas and advice for selecting red oak floor stains. See the before and after of our red oak hardwood floors and find out which floor stain we chose.

Choosing Floor Stains: Top- bottom- 1) Waterborn clear coat  2) Polyurethane 3) DuraSeal Nutmeg Stain 4) Duraseal Provincial Stain 5) Minwax Weathered Oak. Note: DuraSeal Stains are by Minwax. Left side 80 grit sanded, right side 150 gril sanded. The level of sanding effects the stain appearance.

Choosing Floor Stains: Top- bottom- 1) Waterborn clear coat 2) Polyurethane 3) DuraSeal Nutmeg Stain 4) Duraseal Provincial Stain 5) Minwax Weathered Oak. Note: DuraSeal Stains are by Minwax. Left side 80 grit sanded, right side 150 gril sanded. The level of sanding effects the stain appearance.

This is what happens when you DON'T listen to the folks at Lowe's - Mom in Music City

A little over a year ago, I purchased a home with wall-to-wall, stained and smelly carpeting. Lucky for us, because underneath all this mess was beautiful oak flooring. The wood was in pretty decent shape except for some pet urine stains and scratches. There was also a lot of grime and build-up that needed to…

10 Dos and Don’ts for Staining Wood Floors

Hey y’all!! I’m a day late with this post. I planned to share it yesterday, but I was most delightfully interrupted by the birth of my precious new niece! It was such a joy to be at her birth! If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you probably saw a sweet photo of her. 🙂 Okay, on...Read More

OAK HOUSE DESIGN CO.: Series: An 80's Kitchen DIY Reno - {Part 13- Refinishing Floors with Water-based Polyurethane}

During the Kitchen Reno, we actually had another project, a bathroom reno, happening upstairs simultaneously because of a water leak. So after the countertops were installed, we took a break from major work, but knew we would have to get them done sooner or later. We actually had the floors refinished twice. The original refinish job ended up peeling in a few areas, unfortunately, which was disheartening. But the company agreed to redo the floors, which was amazing. So I'm going to share…