Flooring Spotlight: Bella Cera Hardwood

Who is Bella Cera?

Bella Cera is a manufacturer of premium hardwood. Their trained artisans craft every plank by hand using traditional methods to create stunning floors in modern fashions. Despite the painstaking care that goes into creating these high quality products, Bella Cera’s prices won’t break the bank. Bella Cera explains, “Our goal is to make it affordable for you to own a wood floor that’s truly a work of hand-made art.”

You can see Bella Cera’s passion for old-world craftsmanship in their hand-scraped floors. Their artisans use a variety of tools and techniques to scrape each plank by hand for an authentic look, whereas many manufacturers use machines for a “hand-scraped” appearance that ends up subpar and repetitive.

With Bella Cera’s process, “There are no machines, no assembly lines, no large quantities being pushed through quickly to save time and money. Each flooring plank is individually inspected for its unique patters, gran and colorations, and hand-carved and scraped to complement its beautiful marks of individuality. No two floor boards are the same!”

 

 Left: Hand scraped hardwood from Bella Cera. Right: Machine scraped hardwood.

If you're looking for a hardwood floor for your home we highly recommend Bella Cera. Bella Cera's products are some of our top-selling hardwoods, and with their combination of beauty and quality it's easy to see why. Here are 4 of the most popular collections customers love!

 

1. The Villa Bocelli Collection

  

 Left: Villa Bocelli Mombello. Right: Villa Bocelli Turate.

Features:

  • Engineered French Oak or Hickory
  • 4 distinct saw mark textures
  • 3 plank widths of 4”, 5”, and 6”
  • Stunning color variation
  • Low gloss finish

Why We Love It:

The contrast of light and dark color variation combined with the rugged saw mark texture creates a unique, reclaimed look unlike any other hardwood product currently on the market.

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2. The Tissino Collection

 
Left: Tissino Briscoe. Right: Tissino Waggoner.    

Features:

  • Engineered Hickory
  • 4 distinct saw mark textures
  • 3 plank widths of 4”, 5”, and 6”
  • Stunning color variation
  • Low gloss finish

Why We Love It:

Similar to the Villa Bocelli collection, the color variation and saw mark texture makes this floor stand out. The Tissino collection features a color palette suitable for a more timeless, contemporary look.

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3. The Bergamo Collection

  

Left: Bergamo Mist. Right: Bergamo Coppertone.

Features:

  • Engineered French Oak or Hickory
  • 2-Tone dual stain
  • 6” and 7.5” wide planks
  • Boards up to 72” long
  • Distressed, wire brushed surface
  • Matte finish

Why We Love It:

The Bergamo collection uses a dual staining process to create two separate hues that play off each other for a stunning effect without the stains blending together. This technique creates unique, layered shades you won’t find anywhere else.

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4. The Bernini Collection

  

Left: Bernini Santoni. Right: Bernini Lawrence.

Features:

  • Engineered or solid French Oak
  • Saw mark “snake skin” texture
  • Distressed surface
  • 5” and 6.5” wide planks
  • Boards up to 72” long
  • Super low gloss finish

Why We Love It:

The Bernini collection uses saw marks to create a captivating “snake skin” texture. Combined with a palette of trendy colors, these floors effortlessly capture modern elegance.

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