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Unique Types of Wood Flooring

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If you want unique wood flooring for your home or business, there are a few different ways to achieve a completely custom look that turns heads.

When it comes to flooring, wood remains a timeless and elegant choice that can add warmth and character to any space. For those seeking something beyond the ordinary, wood flooring with distinct character becomes the key to creating a truly unique and inviting atmosphere. You don’t have to settle for the ordinary—consider these types of wood flooring that will infuse a lot of character into your space.

Hickory Wood Flooring

Hickory is a hardwood known for its durability and distinctive grain patterns. The color variations in hickory wood, ranging from light tan to deep brown, contribute to its unique character. Additionally, hickory is one of the hardest domestic hardwoods, making it an excellent choice for high-traffic areas. Choosing hickory flooring ensures not only visual appeal but also longevity.

Wide Plank Flooring

Wide plank flooring, with its broad and expansive boards, is a choice that imparts a sense of grandeur and sophistication. The wider planks showcase the natural variations in the wood, including grain patterns and color differences. This type of flooring is particularly effective in larger spaces, where it can create a seamless and visually striking appearance.

Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Reclaimed wood flooring is a sustainable and character-rich option. This type of flooring is sourced from old barns, factories, and other structures, giving it a history and charm that is hard to replicate. The marks, knots, and natural patina tell a story of the wood’s previous life, creating a one-of-a-kind aesthetic. Not only does reclaimed wood offer unique character, but it also contributes to environmental conservation by repurposing materials.

Skip Sawn Wood Flooring

Skip sawn wood flooring is made up of planks that have been cut at an angle, revealing the growth rings and allowing the character of the wood to shine. This unique cut style produces unique planks that are guaranteed to add character to your space and become a talking point for everyone who sees them. Different wood species will bring different flavors to your space, allowing you to really customize the final look.

Stained Wood Flooring

I know what you’re thinking—how is a stained wood floor considered unique? Well, staining in and of itself won’t necessarily add a ton of character, but what kind of stain you choose will make a world of difference. What’s great about wood stains is that there are almost endless options available, so you can choose a non-traditional stain in order to really bring out the character in your wood floor.

Hardwood Flooring from Jason Brown Wood Floors

At Jason Brown Wood Floors, our commitment to quality installation is clear in all that we do, which is why our customers consistently rate us as one of the top contractors in the region. We have been awarded Baltimore Magazine’s Best of Baltimore Award 4 times and have been proudly serving the Baltimore Area for over 18 years. If you’re ready to speak with someone about your hardwood flooring project, we want to hear from you! Contact us at 410-668-9131 or send us a message here.

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