Married for 35 years, our clients turned a southern revival style vineyard farmhouse into their dream home – a lifestyle choice and massive project in which Khayeri was heavily involved. 300-year-old reclaimed wood from France laid the foundations of a home that was welcoming and warm, light and bright, adding a touch of nostalgia and a great deal of inspiration.
When asked how the couple, long time residents of the GTA, discovered Khayeri and why they chose them, their answer was a simple one: “there was no recommendation, or anything, we just did our own research and found Khayeri online. We liked the look of the floors… we met with Mehran personally and were very impressed. There was just something that drew us to those floors.”
It was this initial meeting that set the tone for future interactions. Both agreed that Khayeri was there “every step of the way.” “We were always in loop, they updated us regularly and we knew we were dealing with 300-year-old reclaimed wood from France, so it was a big deal getting it here. We always felt that we were up-to-date.”
Khayeri flooring has long held the belief that the genius is in the design; the right process – what is known as the Khayeri Journey – is key to letting the wood speak for itself. Our inspiration is taken, maintained and left to roam free when its finally relocated. And our clients agree. When talking about why they chose the Khayeri floor they did, they said, “It was a no brainer, it’s like linen. It’s so versatile. It can take on so many different styles. And then there’s the therapeutic feel you get when you walk on it.”
Now complete, looking back at the Khayeri process, product and service, they have one thing to say: “Whenever we have people over, everyone comments on the floors — more than anything else in the house — they always compliment us on the floors. But you know what? Even if they didn’t, we wouldn’t care. We love these floors so much!”
This is the Khayeri difference. Helping turn a southern revival style vineyard farmhouse into a couple’s dream home, one plank of sustainable wood at a time.