Antique Reclaimed & Old Growth Flooring

Classic Oak Mix
$9.99
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This beautiful Reclaimed Classic Oak Mix flooring adds a distinctive element of character and class to any room. Whether your decor is antique and rustic or modern and minimal, this floor brings out the best in your design. The wood's unique stress cracks and original saw marks, along with aging patina (surface color and sheen) are impossible to recreate using a “new” flooring ...More
Carolina Hickory
$5.99
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Our beautifully distinctive Carolina Hickory hardwood is one of strongest and most durable wood species in our inventory. It comes from -- you guessed it! -- the forests of the Carolinas, and is harvested in a completely eco-friendly and sustainable manner. Hickory wood is recognized for its stylish sharp contrast of light and dark tones. The variation in tones make for truly s...More
Eastern White Pine - Wide Plank
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This gorgeous Old Growth Eastern White Pine hardwood adds instant beauty and charm to a room. Eastern White Pine is characterized by its simple grains, subtle knots and wonderful durability. Because of its growth in colder climates, the wood has a much tighter grain than many species, and produces a vertical-growth and dense heartwood pattern. This wood is traditionally known f...More
“stained pine” — spoulos
Dino Blend - Wide Plank
$8.35
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Look no further...you have just found the perfect flooring! We recently put together this mix of reclaimed and old growth planking for a new customer. It turned out so well, we decided to name it after him! Since he gave us free reign on the design, we started with primarily Beech and White American Oak, and riddled it with some Red Oak, and a few boards of Poplar and Pine. Mil...More
Appalachian Pine
$9.99
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Reclaim your heritage and preserve the future with this charming, historical and elegant product. The exceptionally rich tones of the patina and high resistance to wear makes our Reclaimed Appalachian Pine a very durable floor and the most popular choice of our reclaimed flooring. This species is chosen for the knots and grain characteristics that give it that rustic look, and ...More
Eastern White Pine
$2.99
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This gorgeous Old Growth Eastern White Pine hardwood adds instant beauty and charm to a room. Eastern White Pine is characterized by its simple grains, subtle knots and wonderful durability. Because of its growth in colder climates, the wood has a much tighter grain than many species, and produces a vertical-growth and dense heartwood pattern. This wood is traditionally known f...More
Wormy Chestnut
$12
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The American Chestnut tree was formerly one of the great trees of the North American continent...that is, before disease all but wiped the species out. In the early 20th century, a blight of widespread fungus devastated the American Chestnut population. Because of this, availability of American Chestnut wood is extremely rare and limited. We have acquired this wood by carefully...More
Poplar Blend
$9.99
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This gorgeous "Barnwood Flooring" is a Poplar Blend, smoothly milled leaving the original saw-kerfs intact. We rescued this circa 1800 Poplar from area barns and other antique structures and carefully blended it with our Old Growth Blue-Wormy Poplar. The result is a delightfully rustic floor that brings back memories of "Grandma's house"!
Ambrosia Maple
$5.99
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This Ambrosia Maple's remarkable patina is a unique alternative to Classic Maple wood. It has a beautifully creamy patina, filled with deposits that look similar to random water spots. The blended nature of Ambrosia Maple often display mineral blues, greens, and pinks in addition to the natural chocolate brown and gray streaks. Many refer to this wood as Wormy Maple when, in fa...More
“Like this” — Susan LaGow
Smoky Mountain Cherry
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This Smoky Mountain Cherry wood is a spectacular choice for flooring, as well as for paneling or wainscoting. Its natural patina ranges from a deep red to a light-brownish tone. As is characteristic of Cherry wood, its color darkens to a rich red-brown with age and exposure to sunlight. The wood's small knots and checks produce a more burgundy accent flavor, and the cherry-red ...More
American Black Walnut
$9
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American Black Walnut was sought after by our forefathers for its strength, durability, and beauty. Its warm, deep brown/black patina finishes beautifully, and this "finest wood in the world" is incredibly easy to work with. This wood adds a feeling of strength and richness to a room when used as flooring, as well as being a lovely choice for paneling or wainscoting. This is a ...More
“walnut colour” — margiewoodgate
Southern Yellow Pine
$3.99
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Historic Flooring's Southern Yellow Pine, dating as far back as Colonial times, has been a preferred favorite of designers and builders because of its inherent durability, strength, and visual appeal. Southern Yellow Pine lumber is comprised of a variety of pine species indigenous to the Southern United States that include Loblolly, Longleaf, Shortleaf, and Slash pines. A wonde...More
“Southern yellow pine” — ajatthebeach
Quarter/Rift Sawn Oak
$8.99
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Our Quarter-sawn White Oak Flooring is truly amazing! Crafted from responsibly harvested timber, we cut at a 90% angle to the growth rings to create a spectacular display of ray fleck that you don't find in a plain sawn lumber. The Rift-sawn planks shown in some of the photos are created at the end of the run when it is impossible to get the 90% angle, but is equally as stunnin...More
Antique Reclaimed Heart Pine
$10
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Southern Longleaf Yellow Pine, commonly called Heart Pine, is prized for its density and strength. This 100% Reclaimed Heart Pine is circa early 1900's. The tight, vertical grain structure yields a beautiful and durable floor with strength that rivals Oak. The red-amber patina is natural with "hit & miss" distressing from original saw kerfs, nail-holes and lived-upon wear.
Classic Pine Mix
$7.99
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This beautiful Reclaimed Classic Pine Mix flooring adds a distinctive element of character and class to any room. Whether your decor is antique and rustic or modern and minimal, this floor brings out the best in your design. The wood's unique stress cracks and original saw marks, along with aging patina (surface color and sheen) are impossible to recreate using a “new” flooring...More
Appalachian Red Oak
$5.99
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Historic Flooring's Red Oak is character rich and full of solid dark knots with a fair amount of wormholes. Red Oak is a strong, sturdy wood that resists wear and tear. The reddish orange patina is a perfect complement to the golden browns found in other wood patinas. The coarse grain and porous nature allows our Red Oak to take stain very well. Ask us about the "wormy" version...More
Antique Reclaimed & Old Growth Flooring
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Take a look at this beautiful Old Growth Ash flooring we just got in! American White Ash is a very hard wood often used for making furniture, flooring, and doors. Super strong and straight-grained, Ash is a light- to- medium toned wood most recognized for its durability and impact resistance. This flooring is great for use in kitchens, living rooms, and other high traffic areas...More
“Grain, hardness & color” — rraddick
Antique Reclaimed & Old Growth Flooring
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Did you ever sit and stare up at the sky until you were totally entranced by the clouds? Now you can enjoy that mesmerizing feeling anywhere in your home with our Cloud design ceiling planks. We start with a lightweight Eastern White Pine and mill it to 1/2 in. thickness. We bevel the edges and lightly sand the surface, taking care not to disturb any of the original character s...More
“I like this look” — Susan LaGow
Old Growth White Oak
$5.99
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When it comes to wood floors, White Oak is truly an American Tradition. Our Old Growth variety offers the same classic beauty, strength and durability as our reclaimed Oak minus the nail holes and other imperfections common to reclaimed wood. This makes our Old Growth White Oak the perfect choice for those desiring a cleaner look.
“white oak floor color” — beevick
Antique Reclaimed & Old Growth Flooring
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"Pickled Greek" Eastern White Pine
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