antiqued hardwood flooring

Bella Citta® is a modern revival of an artistic timeless floor crafted after old world European designs. Bella Citta® is offered in a wide array of exquisite patterns featured with beautiful colors and treatments that bring out the true antique look and the beauty of the wood. Bella Citta® gives a room richer feeling and sophistication by gratifying all interior décor styles from vintage to contemporary. Bella Citta floor uses an assortment of different wood treatments to produce our Old World European Designs. Each color in the collection is a uniquely different process to achieve the desired beauty. Our treatments include smoking, carbonizing, thermo treating, color infusing, distressing, wirebrushing, handscraping and the “raised knots” effect. The specific treatments for each floor are defined in the product specification pages found within our website. After our specialized treatments, Bella Citta® floor is then finished with our protective Natural or White Oil that will provide your floor with a sophisticated and natural look that cannot be achieved by an acrylic or urethane finish. The hard oil finish details the natural patina of the wood and enhances the color of the floor. It is simply a natural hardwood floor at its finest.

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About Sample

Hardwood flooring is a product of nature.  Each individual board has its own uniqueness in color, grain and characteristics.  The variations in color and grain shown in the sample may not represent the true characteristics of the actual flooring.

 

About Photo

Product photos and website images are to offer an impression and examples of the appearance of the floor.  The color, grain and character variations shown may vary from actual flooring due to the limitations in the reproduction of photography or the monitor resolutions.      

 

Photosensitivity

As natural hardwood flooring ages and is exposed to sunlight over time, the color and shade of the wood is subject to change.  Displayed Samples to some degrees are changed in shade due to the photosensitivity.  The change is normal for any wood products and it adds depths in color and enhances the natural beauty of the wood.