Peach pip or pits can really serve more rather than finding their way in the trash chutes. Put your imagination and creative mind to work and you will come up with good designs that can improve your homes. In this case, peach pit flooring can bring something new and elegant as far as improving the overall home design you currently have.
Glued onto a surface with a silica sand and resin mixture, this peach pit flooring offers a totally new dimension as far as applying an eco-friendly touch towards homes that are gearing towards the green compliant standards most people are taking up today.
Peach pip floors (aka peach ‘pit’ floors to us yanks) have a long history in South Africa and the warm, natural materials made an early impression on South African gallery owner Allah le Roux. He caught his first glimpse of this unique organic finishing technique as a child on a visit to Klein Zoar in Cape Town. Decades later, in 2004, he bought an 19th century house in Paarl, in the Western Cape, and made his first objective to restore the home with this traditional peach-pip flooring.