Red oak floors

Transform your home with the timeless beauty of red oak floors. Discover stunning ideas to showcase the natural warmth and character of this classic flooring choice.
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This post is sponsored by Minwax. We’ve been wanting to do a wood/stain study for years now and in my head, I wanted to do every type of wood with about 20 different stains each. But with limited resources (not to mention space), we settled on 5 popular species of wood commonly used by DIYers, with 6 […]

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Julie Martin
Nicole & Mike | Full Time Real Estate Investors ✨ on Instagram: "🎉 We refinished RED OAK hardwood floors to look like WHITE OAK at our latest Maxwell House flip and we’re sharing all the details! 

If you’ve been with us for a while, you know I’ve been on a mission to find the right formula for a LIGHT stain on red oak that doesn’t go too pink/red/orange...as red oak naturally does. 

The key to doing this is finding a stain with a good amount of green pigment to it (red and green are complementary colors, so adding one to the other will result in a more neutralized tone. 

You could pay for an absurd amount of stain samples & spend countless hours mixing various custom formulas over and over...and over (like I did) trying to get the perfect color, but today I’m spilling ALL the details t Instagram, Red Oak Hardwood Floors Stains, Red Oak Hardwood Floors, White Oak Floors, Red Oak Floors, Oak Floor Stains, Red Oak Wood Floors, Red Oak Stain, Oak Hardwood Flooring

Nicole & Mike | Full Time Real Estate Investors ✨ on Instagram: "🎉 We refinished RED OAK hardwood floors to look like WHITE OAK at our latest Maxwell House flip and we’re sharing all the details! If you’ve been with us for a while, you know I’ve been on a mission to find the right formula for a LIGHT stain on red oak that doesn’t go too pink/red/orange...as red oak naturally does. The key to doing this is finding a stain with a good amount of green pigment to it (red and green are…

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