Scraped elm plank flooring

This elm plank flooring has been scraped on-site to give the floor a more rustic feel. Doing this allows the floor to wear very well and take a lot of abuse before wear and tear is seen. This floor has random sized widths and is custom stained and finished using a 2-part epoxy commercial finish.
Scraped plank elm flooring
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This elm plank flooring has been scraped on-site to give the floor a more rustic feel. Doing this allows the floor to wear very well and take a lot of abuse before wear and tear is seen. This floor has random sized widths and is custom stained and finished using a 2-part epoxy commercial finish. Photo taken by Tyler Jerger.
“Grey floor” — Danae Pinheiro
Scraped plank elm flooring
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This elm plank flooring has been scraped on-site to give the floor a more rustic feel. Doing this allows the floor to wear very well and take a lot of abuse before wear and tear is seen. This floor has random sized widths and is custom stained and finished using a 2-part epoxy commercial finish. Photo taken by Tyler Jerger.
Scraped plank elm flooring
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This elm plank flooring has been scraped on-site to give the floor a more rustic feel. Doing this allows the floor to wear very well and take a lot of abuse before wear and tear is seen. This floor has random sized widths and is custom stained and finished using a 2-part epoxy commercial finish. Photo taken by Tyler Jerger.
“Floor” — keripete
Scraped plank elm flooring
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This elm plank flooring has been scraped on-site to give the floor a more rustic feel. Doing this allows the floor to wear very well and take a lot of abuse before wear and tear is seen. This floor has random sized widths and is custom stained and finished using a 2-part epoxy commercial finish. Photo taken by Tyler Jerger.
“Color” — terrieteeter
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