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  • Pine Southern Yellow
    Pine Southern Yellow
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood varies from light yellow/orange to reddish brown or yellowish brown; sapwood is light tan to yellowish white. Grain : Closed, with high figuring; patterns range from clear to knotty. Variations Within Species And Grades : Longleaf pine (P. palustris), shortleaf pine (P. echinata), loblolly pine (P. taedo), slash pine (P. elliottii). All have many of the same characteristics as Douglas fir. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Pudauk
    Pudauk
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is vivid reddish orange when freshly cut, darkening to reddish- or purple- brown or black over time. Sapwood is cream-colored. Very uniform in color. Grain : Straight to interlocked; coarse texture. Slight variation in color. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Purpleheart
    Purpleheart
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is brown when freshly cut, turning deep purple to purplish brown over time. Sapwood is a lighter cream color. Grain : Usually straight; medium to fine texture. Presence of minerals in some boards may cause uneven coloration. Variations Within Species And Grades : Moderate to high color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Red Oak
    Red Oak
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood and sapwood are similar, with sapwood lighter in color; most pieces have a reddish tone. Slightly redder than white oak. Grain : Open, slightly coarser (more porous) than white oak. Plainsawn boards have a plumed or flared grain appearance; riftsawn has a tighter grain pattern, low figuring; quartersawn has a flake pattern, sometimes called tiger rays or butterflies. Variations Within Species And Grades : Over 200 subspecies in North America; great variation in color and grain, depending on the origin of the wood and differences in growing seasons. Northern, Southern and Appalachian red oak can all be divided into upland and lowland species. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Sapele
    Sapele
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Medium to dark red-brown; darkens over time. Grain : Fine, interlocked. Variations Within Species And Grades : Quarter-sawn material has a ribbon-striped effect. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Spotted Gum
    Spotted Gum
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is light to dark brown, sapwood is pale and may be as wide as 3.12 inches (8cm). Grain : Interlocked, moderately coarse, Frequent presence of wavy grain produces "fiddleback" grain. Slightly greasy; gum veins are common. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Sydney Blue Gum
    Sydney Blue Gum
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Wide range from pinks to burgundy reds; regrowth timber may be a pale straw color with pink highlights. Colors mute over time and darken to a medium brown-red. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Tasmanian Oak
    Tasmanian Oak
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Pale straw with occasional pinkish high-lights, tan colors, some medium gray/brown colors; over time overall color variation is muted with an ambering of the straw colors to darker tan. Grain : All riftsawn. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Even range of color shadings. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Teak
    Teak
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood varies from yellow-brown to dark golden brown; turns rich brown under exposure to sunlight. Sapwood is a lighter cream color. Grain : Straight; coarse, uneven texture. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Moderate to high color variation. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Walnut: Black
    Walnut: Black
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood ranges from a deep, rich dark brown to a purplish black. Sapwood is nearly white to tan. Difference between heartwood and sapwood color is great; some flooring manufacturers steam lumber to bleed the darker heartwood color into the sapwood. Grain : Mostly straight and open, but some boards have burled or curly grain. Arrangements of pores is similar to hickories and persimmon, but pores are smaller in size. Variations Within Species And Grades : Great variety of color and figure within species, as well as variation in color among boards, especially in lower grades and from material that isn't steamed prior to kiln-drying. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • Wenge
    Wenge
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is yellow-brown when freshly cut, turning dark-brown to almost black with alternate layers of light and dark. Sapwood is yellowish-white and clearly demarcated from heartwood. Grain : Straight when quarter sawn; coarse texture. Variations Within Species And Grades : Within Species And Grades: Moderate variations in color. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...
  • White Oak
    White Oak
    Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Available in 1", 1¾", 1½", 1⅓", 2", 2¼", 2½", 2¾" Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Available in 3" or 3¼", 4" or 4¼", 5" of 5¼", 6" or 6¼", 7" Available Grades: No. 1 Common has a varied appearance, light and dark colors, knots, mineral streaks and wormholes. No. 2 Common is rustic in appearance and emphasizes all wood characteristics of the species. Clear wood has minimal character marks and a uniform color and appearance. Select wood has natural color variations and includes knots, mineral streaks, and other natural characteristics. Available Cuts: Plainsawn is the most common cut. Characteristics include a varied grain appearance. Quartersawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics include a uniform grain appearance with ray flecks. Ray flecks give the wood a shimmering flake effect. Riftsawn is more expensive than plainsawn. Characteristics are similar to quartersawn without the ray flecks. Livesawn is a combination of plainsawn, quartersawn and riftsawn. Available Styles: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a linear effect in a room. It generally is considered “traditional” wood flooring. Plank flooring is greater than 3” wide. It is linear, like strip flooring, and evokes a casual look. Parquet flooring can vary in size and generates a geometric, non-linear look. It can be simple or complex in design. Appearance Color : Heartwood is light brown; some boards may have a pinkish tint or a slight grayish cast. Sapwood is white to cream. Grain : Open, with longer rays than red oak. Occasional crotches, swirls and burls. Plainsawn boards have a plumed or flared grain appearance; riftsawn has a tighter grain pattern, low figuring; quartersawn has a flake pattern, sometimes called tiger rays or butt. Variations Within Species And Grades : Considerable variation among boards in color and grain texture, but variations not as pronounced as in red oak. Available Thickness: Strip flooring is less than 3” wide, and creates a l...