Each Bella Citta Floor follows a recipe of treatments to produce the final surface color and texturing. To achieve each wide-planks unique beauty, the planks can take 7 to 21 days
of crafting during the color & treatment phase of production. Unlike a simple staining process that generally takes 20 minutes from start to finish, a Bella Citta hardwood floor of
art can take weeks with multiple layers of color treatments. Our treatments include smoking, reactive staining, wire-brushing, hand-scraping, liming, white-washing and final
surface coating. Each Bella Citta color recipe is uniquely different with a depth of color that is unachievable through simple staining. We are passionate about producing the very
best looking hardwood floors in the world


  • Specializing in ultra wide and long plank flooring.

  • French/German White Oak, rich in tannins, combined with our proprietary fuming & reactive staining process creates natural colors without adding traditional stain.

  • Selectively harvested at full maturity often well over acentury old from the managed forest.

  • Same trees as used to make red wine and bourbon barrels.


  • Traditional old world European log cutting emphasizes

  • beautiful cathedral graining in every board.

  • Natural variations occur by using the whole log adding unique character and personality to each room.


  • Advance topcoating applied in a ultra matte finish to protect the wood surface.

  • Exceptional durability and lifetime residential warranty.

  • Easily Repairable.


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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.      



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.