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Vintage Floor Options by Tom Koczur to Provide Your Home Unique Warmth

The wood floor is a traditional option, but it proves its ability to be a trendy floor up to 2017. In your vintage home, you can install vintage, exotic, parquet, or engineered hardwood floor with your favorite color and finish to create the desired warm feel.

The vintage style hardwood floor will enhance the old world look of your home and create a realistic texture in the place. The reclaimed wood, for example, is an eco-friendly option that has an antique and realistic touch, but the distressed wood will create a similar effect on budget.

The authentic hand scraped wood floor or the manufactured floor with hand scraped effect is a middle ground option that will look old and resist mold at the same time. You can still install jigsaw hardwood floor with wider plank width to solve the problem of temperature and humidity with their large size.

If you are seeking for a versatile and sustainable floor option, the hardwood floor can be your perfect option. In a Wynstone Barrington home, Tom and his team use wax and oil finished hand scraped oak floor with customized antique brown stain to bring the old flair into the place. To create a stunning vintage look, Signature Innovations team members install smoked black and wide hardwood floor with its distinctive color, durability, and high-functionality.

To create harmony between the floor and walls, you can install walnut wall panels with a contemporary or a traditional finish like this contemporary residence designed by Tom Koczur of Signature Innovations team. Tom and his team install hand scraped, brushed, stained, hand hewn, carved, and hand waxed ceiling beams or mantle decorative elements to enhance the warmth of the place. The following floor photos to Tom’s projects will help define exactly what your home needs.