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.

Example of a mid-sized mountain style medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen/dining room combo design in DC Metro with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Juliana Bleier wrote:February 17, 2014
easyhill wrote:November 11, 2014
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    K.D. Woods Company
    Hello and glad you like the floor! This is our antique oak distressed grade in a random width. Our company is located in south central pa so not very far at all from you in NY. You can email me pete for samples and to discuss your project. my email is pmazzone@thewoodscompany.com or you can call in at 888 548 7609. Thanks!
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    K.D. Woods Company

    Pete's email address has been changed to pmazzone@kdwoodscompany.com.

Junge's Flooring wrote:May 24, 2017
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    K.D. Woods Company

    Hi Junge's Flooring! Reach out to us, we offer a full line of both reclaimed and new wide plank flooring options. This specific floor was indeed site finished using an oil sealer with satin waterbased urethane. Karen Durning at kdurning@kdwoodscompany.com

sfontanna wrote:November 11, 2016
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    K.D. Woods Company

    sfontanna, there is no stain on this floor. Our Reclaimed Oak Distressed Grade has natural patina from 100+ years of exposure to the elements. This floor has an oil sealer and satin urethane top coat.

helen12 wrote:April 19, 2014
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    K.D. Woods Company
    wow great question. unfortunately i do not have a clue.
Staci Weeks wrote:November 8, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Embrace a Few Beautifully Weathered Surfaces for a Happy, Durable HomeNovember 18, 2015

    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

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

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    cbmcdermott92 added this to Mc DermottDecember 31, 2019

    Cindy loves the flooring. Also like exposed beams on ceiling.

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    Hope Swartz added this to Proportion/Scale IdeabookNovember 8, 2019

    I like the beams on the ceiling in this dining room, but the dining room table is not in scale with the size of the room.

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    Krisanna Mack Art added this to ++ PERRY PARK ++ L I V I N GOctober 14, 2019

    I really love this rustic flooring.

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