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Mixed Timber Flooring with Dark Timber Lightened with Lime - Glen Iris

Reviving Timeless Beauty with a Water-Based Finish

A property divided into two parts, with one part showcasing excellent Tasmanian oak and the other a darker gum, is about to undergo a renovation that will bring out its timeless beauty.

Before: The condition of the timber is good with very little damage, making it the perfect candidate for a renovation that will enhance its natural charm. The renovation will include the application of a water-based finish, which will not only protect the timbers but also bring out their unique characteristics, such as the light-toned grain patterns of the Tasmanian oak and the warmth of the darker gum. This renovation will result in a property that is not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing, a true reflection of the timeless beauty of timber flooring.

After: lightening Up with a Water-Based Finish

The new timber flooring has undergone a transformation, with a water-based finish giving it a much-needed lighter look. This finish has effectively removed the original red or orange tint, creating a clean and fresh appearance that perfectly complements any décor. The water-based finish not only enhances the beauty of the timber, but it also protects it from daily wear and tear, ensuring it will maintain its lighter, more vibrant look for years to come. With this renovation, the new timber flooring is not only functional, but it is also a visual delight, making it the perfect choice for anyone looking to lighten up their space.


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