Wide Plank Wood Flooring – as unique or exotic as you want it to be
Hardwoods encompass a big group of materials, including popular selections such as Red Oak, White Oak, Maple, Hickory, Black Walnut and Cherry. Hardwoods in general are strong and durable and make beautiful and long lasting floor boards.
This species is timeless and attractive, with rich color variations from light brown to reddish brown, and a pronounced and distinctive grain pattern.
One of our most popular selections for flooring. In particular, our Country White Oak embodies all the color and grain the species is known for, with the added character of knots, checks and splits that are usually only seen in antique reclaimed boards.
Hickory is heavy, hard and strong and has beautiful color variations from white and cream colored sapwood to darker tan or red-brown heartwood.
Maple boards are generally a light creamy color with a straight grain, and a face that is relatively clear or has small tight knots.
Colorations of Black Walnut are from light to dark brown, with distinctive and attractive graining and occasional knots. Walnut changes color over time and develops a rich, warm and elegant patina.
Cherry has a beautiful texture and smooth fine grain, and varies in color from almost white or light yellow to a rich red-brown.
Even the seemingly humble pine tree has many different species, each with its own unique and desirable characteristics. Variations between species include differences in the hardness of the wood, the color, grain pattern, and size and quantity of knots.
From a fast growing and hardy tree, boards of Eastern White Pine have a pale color with occasional white streaks, and contrasting knots that can be dark brown.
Boards cut from the heart of a tree’s wood, showing no knots, and straight grain. Wider Heart Pine boards are almost always sourced as reclaimed woods.
When a truly unique and distinctive look is called for, consider reclaimed woods. We source oaks and pines that have been harvested from homesteads, barns and factories. Structures are carefully dismantled to retain original floorboards and beams. You will own a unique part of history, complete with the artifacts of their original era such as nail holes, saw marks, and natural wear and scraping.