Antique Reclaimed Distressed OakRustic Dining Room, DC Metro
K.D. Woods Company Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak flooring is a magnificent choice for any setting. Whether you are going traditional, rustic or modern this floor doesn’t just blend in it sets the tone for.Rich in character and patina from over 100 plus years of exposure this floor has a color that cannot be imitated. You will see knots, crack and check as well as original saw kerf throughout the face of this floor. It has the appropriate hardness to satisfy even the busiest home. Get in touch for samples.
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Floors get more wear than just about any other surface in the house, and they’re one of the most expensive to install or replace. Here, antique distressed grade flooring mixes red and white oak; its nail holes, knots, and high and low spots add to its visual interest while making the possibility of marring its surface nearly impossible. When selecting wood floors, lean toward solid flooring if the budget allows. However, engineered floors have come a long way, particularly the higher-quality planks that feature a thicker layer of wood veneer. An Introduction to Solid-Plank Wood Floors When to Use Engineered Wood Floors