During the Refinishing Process You Can Sample 3 Hardwood Floor Stain Colors
We have broken the hardwood floor stain colors into five categories making your stain selection experience much easier.
We offer three kinds of “stains” *Craft Oil, *Dri-Fast Stain and Natural Sealers all from Bona. Prices will vary depending on the stain color you choose. All Dri-Fast Stain & Craft Oil colors can be mixed and blended creating a unique stain color every time.
Given we are chosen to be your contractor, you will have the option to pre-select three stain colors. On day one of your floor refinishing operation, during our sanding process we will apply all three stain colors on a small area of your floor. This is an excellent opportunity to see the stain colors you think you might like in your home under your true lighting. From experience this is the best way to choose a stain color before committing to staining the entire floor.
Active homes or Commercial settings we recommend our 5 coat Sanding & Refinishing package. There is an additional cost but is worth the extra protection on your floor. This process will also add an additional work day.
Hardwood Floor Stain Color Options
Relaxing and a welcoming feeling of seaside warmth. Draw your inspiration with the feel of beach sand in your home
CRAFT OIL NEUTRAL
CRAFT OIL AIR
Formulated for witty sophistication, these classic and timeless colors present rich deep tones to serve as an urbane backdrop to life.
CRAFT OIL CLAY
Each of these stains complements the heritage of traditional design while updating it for today’s hectic living.
CRAFT OIL CHARCOAL
This collection offers shades of white, grey, taupe and blue that resemble those simple moments Light, soft & comfortable colors for the freshest of floors. Great for a family rooms or nurseries.
CRAFT OIL SAND
CRAFT OIL ASH
CRAFT OIL FROST
CRAFT OIL PEBBLE
Add a touch of Nature with these Warm, Grounding & Earthy floor tones. Thus creating a true wild and liberating feeling.
CRAFT OIL GARNET
Stain Water Popping
Water pop opens more pours on the surface of the hardwood. This allows more stain to penetrate giving you a deeper, richer color every time. We recommend water popping your dark brown and black hardwood floor stain colors to achieve the beautiful saturated look.
Although water popping takes more time and money to complete its the only way to achieve this deep saturated look often associated with prefinished hardwood floors. In the picture below you can see a dark and light contrast of the same stain color. Obviously the darker hardwood floor stain colors are water popped. Which do you prefer?
For more information on Bona Hardwood Floor Stain Colors click Here.
NEW University Stain Colors
- Carolina Blue
- Duke Blue
- NC State Red