Gaylord Hardwood Flooring

Wide Plank White Oak Hardwood Flooring Circa 1850 Distressed

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  • Rustic wide plank flooring medium stain

Gaylord Hardwood Flooring

Wide Plank White Oak Hardwood Flooring Circa 1850 Distressed

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Description

Rustic Wide Plank Flooring 

The circa 1850 flooring stain is a deep brown with very rich looking finish.  It is a two pass stain containing black which makes the grain stand out against the dark brown. This look often creates an even more rustic wide plank floor. If you are looking for a two toned wide plank floor that is relatively dark this is the perfect floor for you. 

Interior Decorator Tip: Two toned floors make matching lights and darks much easier. 

Live Sawn is a specialty cut of wood we do which enables us to provide our clients with a very wide and unique hardwood floor.  It is sawn using the Old World European method and incorporates all aspects of the log's character.  It is very rustic with large knots, and varying grain patterns including rift sawn and quarter sawn.  A large majority of the grain is quarter sawn giving it incredible stability which is the reason we can offer it up to 11.5" wide.  A 7" Live Sawn board will shrink and expand roughly as much as a 4" plain sawn board making this floor the perfect option for a cottage.  For wide planks we recommend a nail and bead glue installation. The circa 1850 stain is a deep brown and very rich looking finish.  It is a two pass stain containing black which makes the grain stand out against the dark brown and makes for a beautiful combination.

Plank Flooring Cutting Method

Specifications

Lengths of Flooring- Up to 120" (72-84" Average Length)

Widths of Wide Plank White Oak- 4", 5", 6", 7", 8", 10", and 11-1/2"

Sheen- 13% Matte Finish                

Texture- Distressed

Thickness- 3/4" Solid Hardwood

Character- Very rustic plank flooring with large knots, checks, and splits.

Warranty- 40-Year Finish

Installation- On or Above Grade

Installation Method- Nail or Nail/Glue

Ease of Installation- Medium

Maintenance- Easy

Waste- 10%

Janka Hardness on White Oak- 1360