Brown Maple wide plank flooring has a smooth grain pattern with varied coloring. Brown Maple wide plank timbers come from the outer part of the White Maple tree – generally after being used for sap collection. This changes the interior color of the Maple, giving it tones of amber, brown and a truly lovely golden hue.
Cherry hardwood flooring features color options ranging from the rich red to reddish brown of the heartwood planks to the beautiful creamy white of a sapwood board. The darker heartwood planks will darken with age and on exposure to light providing a beautiful final product.
Eastern White Pine flooring is is typically a creamy white, pale yellow or light brown in a heartwood plank or a creamy white in a sapwood board. Eastern White Pine is the least resinous of all pine flooring and the boards produced are straight grained with a fine, uniform texture.
Hickory plank floors have a fine, straight grain and a slight coarse texture. Hickory’s color ranges from cream to dark brown, often with long brown stripes against a cream background. It is strikingly beautiful and works well in contemporary as well as classic designs.
Long Leaf Heart of Pine wide plank flooring has a traditional character with a variety of brown tones and golden hues. The darkest and hardest part of the Pine is the heart. Our heart of Pine wide plank flooring is harvested from sustainably grown long leaf Pine.
Red Birch hardwood flooring features light and dark colors within each plank making it a lovely design suitable for both modern and contemporary settings. Because some varieties of birch are so easily stained, it is possible to achieve almost any desired look with this hardwood.
Walnut wide plank flooring is slightly softer than comparable Oak floors while still being heavy and stiff. The allure of a Walnut wide plank hardwood floor is impossible to ignore. Walnut is prized among wood workers for its deep tones and excellent durability.
White Oak flooring ranges in color from golden to brown with gray undertones and featuring open grain long rays with occasional cathedrals, swirls and burls. White Oak’s relatively fast maturity and superior adaptability make it a highly sustainable resource and an environmentally sound from approved sources.