Renaissance Floor In-lays. Wood floor medallion and mahogany wood flooring.
8-inch character grade walnut.
I had carpet, floating engineered, 2¼-inch stained red oak. Tore it all out and now I have character grade rift-and-quartered white oak throughout. My supplier was cool and sold it to me “at cost.”
I do floors, can’t afford a house.
White oak herringbone.
Rift-and-quartered white oak.
5-by-¾-inch prefinished hickory.
Carpet tile and CVT.
Wide plank euro white.
5-inch tigerwood upstairs and 5-inch Brazilian cherry downstairs.
92-year-old red oak, mixed cuts with some rift-and-quartered sprinkled in! Best part…board lengths from dreams…some 18-feet long. We refinished with Pallmann Magic Oil 2K three years ago. Absolutely love the floors in our bungalow.
5-inch solid #1 red oak rift-and-quartered with 2¼-inch solid BC in kitchen and office.
7-inch engineered, dark walnut.
10.25-inch French oak. Custom stain and water-based matte.
Tina Darling Boone
Ceramic tile! I’m the only one in my family that doesn’t have wood floors!!!
#2 Common RO, alternating rows of 3¼-inch and 4-inch, finished with Poloplaz Primero Matte.
Ours is 3/5/7 red oak & white oak. It’s stained 50:50 dark walnut/provincial and finished with Street Shoe satin.
Common red oak strip from 1964 with some random wide plank in the kitchen (which needs to be refinished), and some red birch in my rec room (which also needs to be refinished).
Jenny E Riddle
11-inch sapele with espresso stain.
Original 1940 2¼-inch red oak. The boards are on average 16 feet and some up to 19 feet in length.
Leftovers from different installs.
Custom penetrating oil on 4.25-inch rustic red oak.
Oliver Flooring - Barry Oliver
Character hickory with Loba invisible finish.
4-inch rift/quartered white oak.
No. 1 common white oak with tung oil.
Daniel O. Saucedo
White oak, rift-and-quartered, herringbone pattern.
Two and a quarter white oak. Medium brown stain Bona, Poloplaz oil matte.
Engineered 5-inch, rift-and-quartered.
Original sappy cherry in our house from 1948.
White ash. 3, 4, 5-inch. Majority is reject off our sawmill for the pallet pile. Pallmann Magic Oil, natural. It’ll do for me.
Hardwood Flooring Products
Quartered white oak 3-, 4-, 6-inch.
Beautiful Cut n Loop.
DM Hardwood Designs
2¼-inch white oak rift only with custom inlays.
4-inch rift-and-quartered white oak.
Rift-and-quartered white oak chevron.
Gillespie Hardwood Floors
Dave Mitchell Jr.
Solid white oak and walnut.
8-inch hickory, white oak end grain, white oak herringbone and cumaru.
Just started laying an oak herringbone.
A variety of width and grade white oak left over from years of projects. The best floor is a free floor.
I got a Brazilian mix in main floor. Ipe, cumaru and jatoba in different widths. Jatoba stairs. Bedrooms are a collage of species and patterns. One room is a herringbone, another a Chevron, another a diagonal another a straight with rejects from jobs and wood clients gave us. It’s been fun installing them all and they look amazing.
5/16 strip … it was a bi@$ trying to find repair bundles.
Leftovers from many jobs!!
White oak, 2¼-inch natural finish. House was built in the ’50s. If I were building a house, I would install white oak in that as well.
62-year-old 2¼-inch red oak select with 50% classic gray and 50% special walnut stain mix.
4-inch ipe with a maple feature strip.
White oak wide plank engineered wood floors!!
Antique heart pine.
100+-year-old straight-grain fir.
Blackbutt in four different widths.
Nothing but @hickmanwoods period.
7-inch euro oak character grade. @rubiomonocoatusa pre-aging fumed light. Smoke oil.
White oak 4-inch, fumed and finished with @rubiomonocoatusa.