Lime Washing

​It become very popular to Lime wash old floorboards or even old and new parquets white wash , yes nearly old parquet patterns can be white washed


Though it’s a technique that’s been used for years, our customers rarely know what lime washing does and how it can benefit their Sydney home. When it first came about, it was used to protect the wood but more recently, it’s been adopted to achieve a bleached wood effect.

​ Simple, easy and effective, you can give your floorboards the makeover they deserve by using lime washing as the end results are light and refreshing. What was once a poor persons quick fix to not having to paint has quickly become a fashionable must-have among home renovators.

So, how does lime washing actually work?

​A combination of calcium hydroxide and chalk is how a lime wash was initially created but these days, people usually use diluted paint solution.


Perfect if you’re looking to decorate your home with a colour scheme of whites, creams and natural, light shades, applying a lime wash to your floors will brighten them considerably, giving them a white, weathered look. Renowned for its versatility however, as lime washing is also really flattering if you’re using a bright colour scheme!

The pros of choosing a lime wash If you’ve read this far are finding the idea of white, stained wood flooring a nit bizarre, it might be worth taking into account that lime wash flooring is incredibly apt at concealing the dirt and grime of busy Sydney life.

As long as you don’t stomp black footprints through your living room (it might be worth investing in a handy doormat), white floors are actually better at dirt hiding than black floors, where dust is more obvious. White looks clean, looks fresh and is at the height of present day floor fashion!