When your mother is a designer and you’re buying a new home, and it is pretty worn and outdated, the first thing you want her to do is help you with your color choices. Dana was more than happy to help with the hardwood floor selection in her daughter’s new La Jolla home.
She also helped coordinate all the paint colors, granite countertop selection and minor redesigns to make the home more user friendly.
We looked through quite a few samples but she gravitated towards this great collection from the Anderson Tuftex company, probably because it was also created and inspired by designers.
When designers set out to create a hardwood line with the perfect color palette, Kensington and Buckingham are your results. Each color was created with its own unique multi-layer staining process until it was the perfect shade. They really liked the warm grey and taupe tones of the color pembrook.
The original home has been remodeled over the years which proved to be a challenge to get all the floors leveled properly for the new wood flooring.
They chose the Kensington line because of its beautiful colors, impressively wide 8” planks and wire-brushed texture that is a perfect transition to flush out to the tile flooring.
This durable White Oak with its luster lock finish can take a lot of wear and tear from kids and adults for many years to come.