Mixed softwood flooring offers a variety of hemlock, white pine, and yellow pine wood that is carefully selected from centuries old Pennsylvania barn walls and floors to maintain their history in contemporary homes. The “soft” in “softwood” speaks to the nature of these wood types and their tendency to keep a record of its past uses, marking bruises and chips with unparalleled appeal. As we like to think, the more softwood is used, the more beautiful it becomes.
Our old growth softwood includes characteristics that cannot be found in modern softwood that is rapidly grown in tree farms. Centuries ago when our old growth softwood was standing, the air was cleaner. Having grown in purer air, this flooring ensures durability unmatched by modern softwood.
Width | 2”-12”
Length | 2’- 20’
Thickness | 3/4" unless customized
Edges | Bevel, Micro-bevel, or Square
Milled Profile | Square or Tongue & Groove
Finish | Unfinished or Pre-finished to customer specifications
Engineered Wood Flooring | Click HERE for details
Services | All flooring is kiln-dried, end matching available
Custom orders beyond these specifications available upon request.
A selection of old growth oak, hickory, beech, elm, ash, and maple wood panels carefully selected from centuries-old barns for your home.
Skip Planed Mixed Hardwood
A selection of old growth oak, hickory, beech, elm, ash, and maple wood panels lightly planed for a smooth, refined look.
A selection of old growth hemlock, white pine, and yellow pine wood panels skillfully crafted into flooring that reveals its natural age and beauty.
Used as flooring for centuries old barns, white pine reveals soft, muted grain patterns, delicate swirls, and subtle knots.
Aging over hundreds of years, yellow pine displays natural history through rich grain patterns and hues of yellow, amber, and red.
Thresher floor comes straight from the main parlor of old barns, displaying centuries of history and offering the ultimate rustic finish.
The slow aging of old growth white oak offers a distinctive look in its warm brown patina and an unmatched durability in performance.
Red oak provides the same strength and durability of white oak with more textured character and vivid hues of red and amber.