Hardwood Floor of the Week – 17

Elmira College was founded in 1855 in Elmira, New York. Elmira College is noted most famously for being the home of Mark Twain’s study from which he wrote Life on the Mississippi, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.  

More recently, Elmira had a interior facelift that included new hardwood floors.  For the project 44,000sqft of engineered unfinished 2 1/4″ S&B R&Q white oak was produced, including a small portion that was fumed dark to provide a contrasting color for the inlay work of purpleheart feature strip.

quartersawn white oak flooring

This project featured 2 1/4" unfinished engineered R&Q White Oak floors from Real Wood Floors in both natural and fumed tones.

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3 Responses to Hardwood Floor of the Week – 17

  1. kevinmeaney says:

    Wood flooring is the central attraction of the home and any buildings and it is also attractive in class room and other rooms because it is durable and long-lasting .This is very nice and attractive post regarding wood flooring thanks for sharing.

  2. Reblogged this on Bob Gilbert's Prior Lake Real Estate Site and commented:
    Good info on hardwood floors….

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