Reclaimed Maple today is most often found as industrial flooring within 19th and early 20th c. factories and warehouses. The appeal of this Edison Factory Maple is created by the industrial markings, with a scramble of scrapes and cart marks that resemble a Pollack painting. The graphic colorful features of this unique floor has made a statement in a broad range of environments, from the entry lobby of a Punk Rock label, to an after hours electric music dance floor to the tiny entrance of a Brooklyn passive rowhouse.
Color and Surface
Light cream and even grained wood with random and pronounced marks, scratches and face nail marks from industrial carts and general wear. Occasional paint spots. 95-100% heartwood.