- Handscraped timber contains long, ingrained scrapes in the finish with high variation between planks, making every individual plank appear handmade, unique and rare.
- Wirebrushed timber reveals subtle, dull wire scratches that leave the core of the wood exposed to the surface. These imperfections are smoother and more consistent compared to handscraped or distressed wood.
- Distressed wood is often confused for handscraped wood. Distressed wood, however, looks as though it has been through a great deal of wear and tear. You may expect to see scrapes, burns, knots, wormholes and more, giving it an aged, vintage appearance .
A bit of background on reclaimed parquet I thought it was time to turn our attention towards what retrieved parquet really is. And the reason it's important to persevere if you would like a reclaimed flooring in your house. And how to not allow your builder make you feel as though you are mad for wanting to install it. The parquet we recover stems from public buildings constructed from 1900s to 1970s. The reclaimed materials are of a fantastic quality and usually intriguing wood types. Some of the wood types are extremely rare. Since the tree has already been cut down, it is almost a criminal act to squander the wood. So we applaud clients who need reclaimed parquet, not only for budgetary reasons but also for principled motives too. The common problem The difficulty we find however is that lots of clients who instinctively need to reclaimed are frequently frustrated by their general builder. We hear it repeatedly: The client says:"I'd like a reclaimed parquet