David, BBBBBBBeautiful! I actually have a bit of experience in that type as well. My Dh owned a Hardwood Floor Co, and I was forever having to paint/repair floors that the owners didn't want to go to the expense of replacing a floor that had been damaged (everything from a dishwasher leak, to a beautiful home in Aspen) That the caretaker put out a Decon type product and the varmints ate it then proceeded to get into the house and die, leaving body fluid all over 5 thousand square feet of exotic hard wood.
, so instead of replacing the exotic wood, they called my Dh to repair. But the body fluid had soaked into the wood so after I don't know how many bleachings they decided the to have me paint
and replicate the wood grain then poly over. I worked, and I saved the owner/caretaking company a lot of money. Usually it was very small damaged area so it was a matter of a small area versus a whole floor. Not that a Casita
floor is big, I just think if I was gonna paint
to look like wood I would just have wood installed. But your work is beautiful! Do you do it professionally?
Roger, when I thought of an artist painting
the floor that is one of the first ideas I had, for a look. I think that art work is amazing! But I think art work like that might confuse Dh so I scaled my ideas
down to something calm or cute.......... With Alzheimer's Dh has enough delusions I don't need to make him think we have baby seals in the Casita