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Can anyone identify this parquet wood please?

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schmalex Sat 29-Nov-14 11:09:58

I'm trying to find some to match it, but I don't know what it is! TIA

nikki1978 Sat 29-Nov-14 11:13:24

It looks like pine with a stain on it. They tend to come up in different colours so may be hard to match. I just had my pine parquet floor sanded back and restained.

schmalex Sat 29-Nov-14 11:44:23

There's no stain on it, it's just been sanded with clear osmo. It's from 1952 if that helps!

PigletJohn Sat 29-Nov-14 12:39:58

to me it looks like a random mix of red and brown hardwood. If you can get hardwood pieces of matching size, probably recovered salvage, use Colron before sealing and you can colour them any way you like. There are lots of colours and you can mix them in an eggcup. As the colours and woods vary, it will be easier to get the new ones in a mix that seems to blend in.

schmalex Sat 29-Nov-14 12:57:57

Oh no! I have looked at reclaimed parquet but it's mostly all the same wood. Gah.

PigletJohn Sat 29-Nov-14 13:40:44

Colron each bit a different colour or shade before fitting.

PigletJohn Sat 29-Nov-14 13:41:12

Colron is wood dye.

PigletJohn Sat 29-Nov-14 13:44:17

various colours that you can mix if you like

InsertUsernameHere Sat 29-Nov-14 14:08:10

Looks a bit like panga panga - have a look at if you send them the photo they might be able to help?

schmalex Sat 29-Nov-14 14:09:32

One step ahead of you, insertusernamehere, I have already sent them a pic!

Thanks though, I'll have a look at the panga panga.

minipie Sat 29-Nov-14 14:48:01

Looks like teak to me. But teak comes in lots of different shades so that may not help you find a match.

tis lovely...

puffylovett Mon 01-Dec-14 14:06:33

Could it be iroko? Have a google or look on eBay smile

MrsFlorrick Mon 01-Dec-14 14:11:55

It's Pitch Pine. I have this in my lounge (150 years old). Not stained either and sanded it looked exactly like yours.

Pitch Pine is very hard wearing you'll be pleased to know.

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