Distressed wood flooring is a great choice for traditional homes or farmhouse-inspired spaces. The highly distressed look is ideal for a rustic, country cabin look. But distressed floors are also beginning to appear in more eclectic, contemporary spaces where rugged wood provides an attractive contrast to clean, modern lines.
|Top Layer Type||Rotary cut veneer|
|Top Layer Species||Hickory|
|Middle Layer Type||Eucalyptus Plywood|
|Back Laye type||Eucalyptus|
|Top Layer thickness||4mm|
1900x190x10/2.5mm / 1900x190x12/3mm /1900x190x15/4mm
What is Distressed wood flooring?
Distressed wood flooring is a design for styling hardwood to have an old, worn feeling. Distressed boards have a textured finish to enhance the wood grain. They also have a rustic grade; thus, the floors have cracks, blemishes, natural features, and knots exhibiting a charm and character that is desired by many. The best quality of wood to use for distressing is rustic grade wood. However, that does not mean all rustic floorings are distressed.
Advantages of distressed wood flooring
1,They’re available in multiple plank sizes and widths, and colors ranging from dark gray timber to warm hickory to pale white oak.
2,Distressed floors are durable even in high traffic place, scuffs or scratches are no problem.
3,Distressed wood floors are brand new and built to last for years to come.