Planeta Works is so excited to share an amazing new wood flooring product that is newly available to the North American Market.
Based out of the UK, Woodpecker Flooring has been around for decades and, like many European companies, is steeped in family tradition. They offer some of the most gorgeous flooring from hardwoods, pre-finished floors, bamboo and laminate.
Completely dedicated to sustainability, all of their wood has either Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or Programme for the Endorsement of Forests (PEFC) certifications. These are two of the world’s most established and respected organizations for forest management, enforcing a similar set of values. Their goal is to ensure that forests can meet the needs of the present generation without compromising those of the future. Any flooring you purchase from them is ethically sourced.
We are especially fortunate that their new, and only showroom, in North America is located here in the Seattle area. The showroom is open to the public, so pop on down to take a look. If you see something while browsing their website, let us know and we can also get you some samples.
Planeta Works is also proud to be able to offer wholesale pricing of this beautiful product.
Here are some their flooring options we are drooling over. That chevron has me like ….
Some of Artur’s favorite jobs are the ones that require the most detailed and custom work. His love for this type of work shows!
Check out the stairs that he recently rebuilt and finished for some clients in the Bryant neighborhood of Seattle. The original stairs were made from plywood. He took out everything and rebuilt them with red oak wood.
Stunning no? He’s my husband and I’ve seen tons of his work both for our home and his clients, but I continue to be in complete awe of his craftsmanship and the artist that he his. If only we could duplicate him!!
One of my favorite home improvement and design blogs, Young House Love, just wrote an awesome post about adding hardwood floors to their home to match the existing hardwoods and then staining and refinishing approximately all 1300 sq/ft of them.
It’s an excellent post about the process of having your floors refinished. Our process is very similar to that of the company that did theirs. They talk about the time it took, to the cost and some of the headaches of having to move out for a few days. They also talk about how it was so worth it!