For generations, hardwood flooring has proven to be the standard for beautiful homes. The Brick & Board Collection features smooth faced planks that are gently brushed to reveal the authentic, natural wood grain. This reinterpretation of the classic wood floor will bring enduring beauty to your home.
Old world tradition meets today’s home. With our Chalet line, your floor will be built with multiple widths of handscraped planks in the style of flooring crafted centuries ago. Not only will Chalet add charm to your home, the random widths utilize a higher percentage of wood from the tree, meaning it’s efficient and environmentally friendly.
In early 19th century London, Marc Brunel pioneered a new technique for slicing veneers from hardwood lumber. This process of making veneer, perfected in 1875, maximizes efficiency while preserving the natural grain of the lumber, making it the most beautiful and economical way to build an engineered floor. To celebrate this marvel of engineering, Real Wood Floors offers the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection.
In an art museum, or gallery, the Curator is one who “acquires, cares for and develops displays of art that will be of particular interest, value and inspiration to the general public.” A selection from our Gallery will add inspiration and value to your home with its unprecedented palette of rich and distinct colors and textures. Curate your space, with Real Wood Floors’ Gallery.
Our Ponderosa hand crafted planks give your home a quality floor while keeping your budget in mind. Ponderosa engineered flooring features a large color selection allowing you to choose the tone and feel that best reflects your style. Bring warmth and character to your home with real wood floors.
First appearing in the mid-17th century, the Saltbox style home was named for its resemblance to the oft used kitchen fixture of the day. The homes were characterized by their unique roofline, timber frame construction, and varied width plank floors. The simplicity and strength of this design has made the saltbox house a New England icon. Weathered texture, random widths, and a subdued sheen bring the historic look and feel of the Saltbox style to your home.
Our Vintage Loft collection derives its character from the plank floors of the industrial buildings of previous generations, the warehouses and factories in downtowns and commercial districts throughout the world. Over time, some of these building spaces are repurposed into living spaces while retaining the rustic charm of their utilitarian origins. Like your father’s leather jacket, your favorite reading chair, or those treasured blue jeans, Vintage Loft floors are warm, welcoming and perfectly worn in.