Plantation

White Oak flooring presented in an extremely wide plank, extra long planks, and an absolutely huge wear layer. As the name suggests this engineered hardwood flooring is made to match the very oldest floors in historically preserved buildings in the US where you will find "old growth" lumber that was harvested and used for flooring. These floors would be extremely wide and very long planks because the timber regularly allowed for such uses. Modern technology allows us to design something that appears visually to recreate that 100-200 year old floor style, while using the wood far more efficiently. Once the floor is installed the only thing you will notice is just how beautiful and unique this floor style really is.  One note of caution, think about doing ALL of the wood floors for your project in this style, or this floor will steal the show!

 
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Aspendale Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Aspendale White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Bannerman Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Bannerman White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Belle Meade Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Belle Meade White Oak 9-1/2"

 
 
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Beneventum Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Beneventum White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Erwinton Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Erwinton White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Fonti Flora Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Fonti Flora White Oak 9-1/2"

 
 
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Ravenwood Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Ravenwood White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Rosedale Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Rosedale White Oak 9-1/2"

   
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Rustenberg Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Rustenberg White Oak 9-1/2"

 
 
Floor Engineered Wirebrushed White Oak Tanglewood Plantation
Plantation Wire Brushed Tanglewood White Oak 9-1/2"

         
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