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Orchard flooring is milled of walnut harvested from non-producing trees. The 9/16-inch-thick flooring shows the graft marks from the joining of English walnut limbs to native root stock on its solid top layer. Read on and find more product details.

Source: CUSTOM HOME Magazine
Publication date: January 1, 2006

By CUSTOM HOME Staff

Walnut Harvest

Orchard flooring is milled of walnut harvested from non-producing trees. The 9/16-inch-thick flooring shows the graft marks from the joining of English walnut limbs to native root stock on its solid top layer. The plantation pine backer is FSC-certified. Planks are 3 inches thick and come in random lengths between 12 and 48 inches. Wood Flooring International. 856.764.2501. www.wflooring.com.

Smoke Effects
Courtesy Robbins Fine Hardwood Flooring
Artesian Color-Wash wood flooring is finished with an initial black stain that is sanded and followed with a second stain coat in a different color for a distinct delineation from board to board. The flooring comes in maple, cherry, birch, and walnut in 11 finishes. Random-length planks are 5 inches wide. Robbins Fine Hardwood Flooring. 800.233.3823. www.armstrong.com.

Palm Planks

Courtesy Smith & Fong
Constructed of multiple layers of coconut palm lumber harvested from non-producing trees, Durapalm flooring features a distinctive fibrous grain, has a hardness equal to that of hard maple, and is more stable than oak and maple, according to the maker. Both prefinished and unfinished planks are ¾ inch thick and 3 inches wide and come in lengths from 3 to 6 feet. Smith & Fong. 866.835.9859. www.durapalm.com.

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