Today we are excited to introduce our Torina project. We are updating this Tuscan track home into a fresh coastal home with timeless traditional elements. The flooring choice was a critical, creating the foundation for the whole design. And Since one of our most asked design questions is, “What hardwood floors should I pick?”, today we are sharing the amazing hardwood flooring resource that we are using. Have you seen Pravada flooring? It’s so good. Read on for details and Torina Project progress pics.
We chose Pravada because we had seen how beautiful it looked in several homes we admire. Look how fresh and pretty Pravada looks in these kitchens:
Ohio Farmhouse / Pravada Brule
Kristy Wicks / Pravada Chateau Blanc
Pravada offers a lot of different beautiful style options and colors all using high quality woods with a focus on craftsmanship and sustainability. Their floors use less raw harvested materials than other floors, but still help you achieved the rich, high end character you want in your space. They are also backed by a 35-year old limited warranty. Learn more and and find your favorite floor color and style here!
Pravada in our Torina Project
In Torina, we chose the prettiest floors from Pravada’s new Canvas Collection. The European white-oak planks are long and wide for a fresh foundation that looks beautiful, light, and airy in farmhouse, coastal, or modern style homes.
We chose the Palette colorway. It’s a light neutral color with a wire-brush finish and a hint of white wash. The knots are walnut brown so the flooring pairs well with the mixed wood tones we are using in the space. Pravada offers products with little or lots of variance in the color and grain. Palette has quite a bit of variance for a rich organic look that we like.
The wood is finished with Pravada’s Endura Finish. This lacquer creates a strong protective finish that resists dirt stains, water, and everyday wear and tear. We are running the wood flooring throughout the entire space, so durability is as important as the look.
Installation was fast and easy. For those of you who DIY, the flooring is suitable for all grades and can be nailed, glued, of floated.
For more information on Pravada floors and to see all their product, look here. Check back soon for a complete before and after transformation! We can’t wait to see how it all comes together.
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16 thoughts on “Transforming our Torina Project with Pravada Floors”
How much per square foot? Did you have to request the finish before the were able to install?
These Pravada wood floors are very reasonably priced at around $7 per square foot. You do need to request the finish before you order,however your local flooring store that carries Pravada should have samples you can bring home when deciding. The color of this flooring is Pravada Canvas Collection in the color Palette. More information can be seen here.
Can you order directly from Pravda if there isn’t a retailer near? I’m in Colorado and the closest is Utah. I’ve tried going to a few retailer websites and they are terrible to navigate! If you have a retailer you recommend that would be great!
Pravada is wonderful to work with. You can reach out to them directly and they will connect you with a retailer near you. Thank you
Are there retailers in the Chicago area and also DC?
Hi – if you reach out to Pravada directly they will connect you with a retailer in your area. Thank you
Do they have porcelain tile that looks like wood?
Here is a great wood alternative flooring.
Looks amazing!!! I am looking to order Pravada floors for my house. Was in between Pallette color that you used and Genre. I was worried that the Pallette was too “yellow,” but it does not look like it in your photos. Any thoughts on that please??? It sounds like you were very happy with them after install. Also, any thoughts on the way you think the color of wood floors is trending? Thank you so much in advance 🙂
Hi – some of the planks do appear more yellow in color, but there is a lot of variance. Once they are installed that yellow blends and isn’t a dominant color. It looks lovely.
What color paint on the walls/trim? ? It pairs nicely with the color of flooring!
The White paint is Benjamin More Chantilly Lace. Thank You
What color did you go with?
The color is called Palette.
Love your floors! Did they install it on the stairs or did you have to do an oak with stain to match? If so what stain did you use?
Hi we did install them on the stairs, but then use different wood in a custom matching stain for the nose of the stairs.