Highwood House, London
The brief was to transform the delipidated Georgian building, spanning from the early 18th to the early 19th century, which is renowned for its architectural style characterised by symmetrical designs, elegant proportions, and grand facades. This house had typical features, high ceilings, large windows, and well-proportioned rooms. To complement such architecture, aged flooring is ideal as it evokes a sense of history and charm.
The aged Oak flooring used was a mix of Antique wood which was 220mm wide, small Georgian Distressed Herringbone Parquet and wide 260mm planks.
Our Aged flooring features a weathered look, with visible distress marks and patina from years of use. This patina helps recreate the historical ambience and adds a unique character to the space.
Georgian houses typically had spacious rooms with large, open floor plans. This is why the client opted for the wider planks in the majority of areas to maintain a sense of proportion and scale within the space.