These 3 1/4″ white oak floors are 75 years old. I sometimes find it interesting how the wood flooring industry has moved towards hand-scraped products to simulate an aged look. Time-worn, hand-sculpted, hand-scraped, aged, hand-hewn and the list goes on and on. But lets be honest, the majority of the scraping we do to wood floors does not mimic what a truly old floor looks like. It’s does add a texture to the floor, but if we really wanted to make wood floors that look truly aged, they would look like this.
Welcome to WoodFlooringTrends !I'm Sam Cobb. I currently serve as Managing Partner/CEO of Real Wood Floors. I started this blog to open a discussion of emerging trends in the wood flooring industry. We've compiled a great list of contributors each bringing a unique perspective to the discussion providing you real-time info on current style trajectory.
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