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Hand Scraped is growing in popularity, yet is traditional in its methods. It involves scraping the wood by hand to create a more antique appearance, in the sense that scrape marks from a draw knife will be present. These are present in genuine antique flooring, giving your floor the traditional look whilst still being as durable and smooth as a new floor. As this finish was once and sometimes still is achieved by hand, it has the appeal and character of a vintage wood floor that would have received the same treatment due to the absence of machinery when manufacturing flooring.
Why Hand Scraped Solid Wood Flooring?
This finish offers class and character to any room, and doesn’t look out of place in any surroundings. It may look as though it has been a fixture in the home for decades, and therefore makes a home seem much more prestigious, comforting and homely. As it is available in varying species and additional finishes such as staining, hand scraped floors can be personalised to modern tastes and trends whilst retaining the traditional wood floor look. Any scratches caused by pets for example will also blend into the floor, only adding to the finish unlike less rustic floors.
There is no similar alternative to hand scraped flooring aside from genuine antiques made using this method. We recommend ordering free samples of different finishes to see which you prefer, as well as multiple hand scraped varieties to see how they can vary.
Brimham Honeycomb Oak 125 x 18mm
Brimham Antique Chocolate Oak 125 x 18mm
90mm Natural Hand Scraped Solid European Oak Wood Flooring, 18mm Thick
Brimham Sun Kissed Oak 125 x 18mm
Brimham Bronzed Oak 150 x 18mm
Brimham Aged Whisky Oak 203 x 18mm
125mm Natural Hand Scraped Solid European Oak Flooring, 18mm Thick
Weeton Dusk Oak 130 x 20mm
Weeton Bourbon Oak 130 x 20mm
Weeton Treacle Oak 150 x 20mm
Weeton Chestnut Oak 150 x 20mm