9 Great Wood Flooring Ideas To Consider

July 19, 2017

Wood flooring is a popular choice in many spaces, check out these 9 stylish ways to incorporate a wood floor in your next project. Every project and space is unique and choosing the perfect wood floor to complement your design is not an easy task. Not only are there several looks and styles of wood flooring available, but not all floors are created equal. It’s important to make sure that the wood floors are precision milled to industry standards and capable of standing the rigors of daily life in the location they will be installed.  

Wood floors are made from a wide range of wood species and utilize a variety of stains, pigments, and finishes to create a one of a kind look and feel. Options range from a smooth new cut premium grade woods to an original textured reclaimed product and there is something available that will fit just about every design style. All of the wood floors have their own distinct look and color ranges that will add warmth and character to your next project. 


Coastal Collage Flooring

An eclectic blend of rustic hardwoods

Coastal collage is comprised of a medley of reclaimed hardwoods that retain original rustic saw marks and its original aged patina. The floor brings a wide range of natural color tones from each unique species of wood as well as a clear representation of its rustic past. This makes coastal collage a natural choice when it comes to choosing a reclaimed hardwood floor for your project. 

Durango Sunset Flooring

Golden colors of a Durango Sunset

Durango Sunset reclaimed wood floor is inspired by the distinct tones of that perfect sunset out west. The woods are an antique grade mix of softwoods like pine, spruce and douglas fir. The woods come from the inside cuts of reclaimed timbers and showcase their natural color tones in a beautiful smooth plank. This wood floor is versatile and makes for a beautiful reclaimed wood floor. 

Reclaimed Rustic Oak

Rustic oak is a reclaimed hardwood cornerstone wood

Reclaimed rustic oak is a mix of red and white oak with the original antique patina and saw marks on the planks face. When you think of a reclaimed rustic hardwood floor, this is typically what comes to mind. The planks can be milled narrow or wide and will be ready to continue standing the test of time. A classic choice for a wide range of installation applications in both residential and commercial design also make this a cornerstone reclaimed hardwood floor.

Antique Oak Floor

Antique Oak is a hardwood with a story to tell

Antique Oak is not your typical hardwood oak floor. The red and white oak woods are reclaimed from century old barns and buildings and they bare the patina and character to prove it. The planks are cut from the interior of reclaimed timbers and all the hardwood floor to be full of character and a smooth sanded surface. If a more subdued reclaimed wood floor is what you are looking for, then look no further than this timeless reclaimed hardwood.  

Antique Elm Flooring

Reclaimed Elegance is Antique Elm

Antique Elm is a dense and durable hardwood that does not come to mind for most people looking for the perfect hardwood and that’s what makes it such a unique choice. The light color tone and long straight grain provide the distinct look of this antique grade hardwood that is all its own. Elm is a timeless hardwood floor for that traditional design. The wood floors showcase subtle reminders of its reclaimed past while keeping up a premium high end appearance. 

Rustic Heart Pine

Heart Pine Wide plank rustic perfection

Rustic heart pine is one of our most popular woods and a natural choice for a beautiful wide plank wood floor. The joists that the wood comes from tend to be long, straight and flat with an original circle sawn texture that can be retained for a heavy or light rustic surface. The golden orange color tones make this a distinct floor that will brighten any space. 

Walnut Wood Flooring

Walnut provides rich chocolate tones

American Walnut might just be the one when considering a wood that will always be a timeless classic. The sought after wood is prized for its natural brown color tones and figured graining. The planks can be milled in a traditional grade that will retain more character in the form of knots and figuring or the wood can be taken one step further for a premium grade that will eliminate most knots and provide a more formal look to the floor.

European White Oak Flooring

Wide Plank White Oak wood flooring from abroad

European White Oak is a special wood product that is prized for its ability to produce beautiful wide width and long length planks. The oak from Europe tends to have an open and more figured grain pattern compared to the American straight grained species. The European oaks also have a higher tannin content from the soil that allows them to be treated with a special process that will produce a deep right color without a traditional stain. Its a product that is gaining a lot of popularity for these unique attributes make for a one of a kind white oak wood floor.  

Antique Oak & Tile

Oak and tile come together for a one of a kind look

Sometimes a room calls for something different than just one product cannot provide. Combining stone and wood to create a unique design in a smaller room can add just the right amount of character and color tones. The oak wood floor planks were stained darker to contrast against the natural stone tiles in this cozy multi-season room. The planks then picked back up and carry through the rest of the home in a traditional design and installation. 

Traditional White Oak

Traditional White Oak is a mainstay

American White oak is a cornerstone product in the wood flooring and wood industry in general. White oak is a stable wood that makes for a great durable long lasting wood floor. Over the years oak has gotten a bad reputation from the golden yellow tones that it was finished in. The reality is that the wood makes for a great base if wanted to be stained dark or it also makes for a beautiful product when a natural finish is applied to retain its original color tones. A white oak wood floor will be well suited in both residential and commercial designs in a wide range of style choices. 

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