Hardwood Flooring New York (NYC)
Early farmers used woods that were most locally available – Oak, Beech, Chestnut, Elm, Hickory, Maple and other trees; and this can often be what emerges from a barn dismantled generations later. We could separate the salvaged timber from these lots, but the woods together, as a dressed up reflection of the original forest and barn composition, reflect the natural variety and harmony of its roots. Explore the perfect synergy of city living and natural elegance with our hardwood flooring collection.
Lengths3 - 14'
Color and Surface
The light to darker brown hues fall within a similar color range. And while the figure and grain is equally varied, they are all hardwoods, and exhibit a mixed compatibility throughout. The Anthology, as we’ve called it, is alternately sophisticated and playful, and has served a range of environments – from parlors looking for a less formal edge, to organic burger restaurants and a kids bedroom floor. Hardwood flooring adds a timeless and sophisticated touch to any space, enhancing aesthetic appeal with its natural beauty and durability.
Nature and Culture
In the 19th century and into the 20th, hardwoods were not often a flooring choice. And their existence as barn timbers is part of that story. The varied hardwoods were used for many other applications – for instance, oak in the case of ships. Industrial woodworking equipment and drying machinery was evolving. Tastes and styles were changing, like hardwood parquet with inlays, until hardwoods a more recognized flooring choice. Elegant and durable, hardwood flooring enhances New York (NYC) homes, adding timeless beauty and value while withstanding the city’s dynamic lifestyle.