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Antique Reclaimed Softwoods Grey Barn Wood Flooring A variety of mixed natural (unpainted) softwood barn siding that is lightly planed/skimmed on the rustic face with our standard tongue & groove edges. Antique Reclaimed Softwoods Natural Barn Wood Flooring A variety of mixed natural (unpainted) softwood barn siding that is lightly planed/skimmed on the rustic face with our standard tongue & groove edges. Milk Paint - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring In it's former life it was the old dairy barn. Strong and proud, maybe it's been well fortified? Faded white showing the old wood in spots where the paint had worn through the layers of time. Lichen - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring When the conditions are just perfect, weathered barn wood siding takes on a very unique grey color that has subtle hints of khaki. These beautiful tones are rare indeed and prized by designers for their subtleness. Grey Mist - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring Silver grey tones with hints of natural wood poking through in the sunlight. Faded by the heat of the day and textured by wind and rain these planks are history in the making. Deep Fog - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring Wake up early in the morning and take a long walk in the thick fog. Dark and grey it envelops you as you briskly stroll along. Some will say it is as invigorating as that first espresso, make mine a double.  Sun Burnt - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring Deep weathered texture covered in sun drenched black with rich undertones. The prairie sun has beat down on this hay barn day after day for almost a hundred years, almost burnishing the wood. Tobac - Weathered Barn Wood Flooring For generations the valuable crop was dried and stored in these majestic structures. Striking amber and brown hues have combined through time to create this rich patina, classic look for sure. Snow Day - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring Snow day is a refined clean and smooth surface with ivory tones and subtle wood grain. Wake up to a foot of fresh snow! Indoor games? Playing in the snow? Maybe just watching it snow more, just don't forget to enjoy some hot chocolate. Lilly Pad - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring A simpler place, the old mill pond shimmers in the afternoon sun. Go ahead, skip a rock, just watch out for the lilly pad. Subtle hues of grey and green combine to create soft earthy tones. Mirror Pond- Smooth Barn Wood Flooring Reflections in the mirror pond appear somewhat grey and cloudy at first glance. Light greys and silver tones shimmer across the smooth surface in the morning sunlight. As the sun rises, Let the day begin. Dark Char - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring Simple yet sophisticated barn wood. Dark Char has an almost burnt feel, deep hues with black tones and a subtle grain pattern. Hot Ember - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring Deep gold and red pine tones emerge from dark colored weathered wooden planks to create a timeless feel. Warm and with plenty of time worn texture Hot Ember is one cool floor! Honey Wheat - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring Aged and colored by nature honey wheat is amber, brown and gold on a smooth barn wood surface. A true medly of fall harvest colors.


Antique Barn Wood Flooring is carefully milled from antique barn wood. The aged siding reclaimed from century old utilitarian structures is skim planed to provide a smoother surface while retaining the character found in each plank. The historic barns located throughout the Great Plains were left in a natural state, which aged to a light brown to silvery grey. The siding from each barn is unique. Once the siding has been removed from the barn and transferred to our facility, our dedicated staff grades through each plank to obtain only the soundest boards. Our Antique Skimmed Barn Wood Flooring is now ready to be given a second life in your space. 


Additional Information About Distressed Wood Floors With flooring trends pointing to timeworn and natural wood looks, distressed hardwood floors fit the trends perfectly. The word “distressed” refers to a type of surface treatment. In this flooring category, hardwood floors are intentionally distressed to create an aged and worn appearance. Distressing techniques involve the use of an embossing roll and color-washing to produce subtle character marks, pits and nail holes. Distressed hardwood floors are a good choice for high traffic areas because they help hide scuff marks and high heel indentations. Distressed wood floors are available in both solid hardwood and engineered wood construction. Armstrong offers several distressed wood flooring collections with a variety of stains and finishes for unusual rustic looks.


About Distressed Wood Floors With flooring trends pointing to timeworn and natural wood looks, distressed hardwood floors fit the trends perfectly. The word “distressed” refers to a type of surface treatment. In this flooring category, hardwood floors are intentionally distressed to create an aged and worn appearance. Distressing techniques involve the use of an embossing roll and color-washing to produce subtle character marks, pits and nail holes. Distressed hardwood floors are a good choice for high traffic areas because they help hide scuff marks and high heel indentations. Distressed wood floors are available in both solid hardwood and engineered wood construction. Armstrong offers several distressed wood flooring collections with a variety of stains and finishes for unusual rustic looks.


With flooring trends pointing to timeworn and natural wood looks, distressed hardwood floors fit the trends perfectly. The word “distressed” refers to a type of surface treatment. In this flooring category, hardwood floors are intentionally distressed to create an aged and worn appearance. Distressing techniques involve the use of an embossing roll and color-washing to produce subtle character marks, pits and nail holes. Distressed hardwood floors are a good choice for high traffic areas because they help hide scuff marks and high heel indentations. Distressed wood floors are available in both solid hardwood and engineered wood construction. Armstrong offers several distressed wood flooring collections with a variety of stains and finishes for unusual rustic looks.


With flooring trends pointing to timeworn and natural wood looks, distressed hardwood floors fit the trends perfectly. The word “distressed” refers to a type of surface treatment. In this flooring category, hardwood floors are intentionally distressed to create an aged and worn appearance. Distressing techniques involve the use of an embossing roll and color-washing to produce subtle character marks, pits and nail holes. Distressed hardwood floors are a good choice for high traffic areas because they help hide scuff marks and high heel indentations.


Lilly Pad - Smooth Barn Wood Flooring A simpler place, the old mill pond shimmers in the afternoon sun. Go ahead, skip a rock, just watch out for the lilly pad. Subtle hues of grey and green combine to create soft earthy tones.


Description   Select Surfaces™ Barnwood laminate flooring looks and feels like real hardwood with its woodgrain texture. Each Select Surfaces™ floor is extremely durable - it will not dent, stain or fade in high traffic areas. Select Surfaces™ laminate floors are easy to install; with a simple click it's fast, clean and easy especially since the foam underlayment comes pre-attached. Select Surfaces™ laminate flooring is a great value in comparison to other floor covering products, providing quality product at a great price.


  Select Surfaces™ Barnwood laminate flooring looks and feels like real hardwood with its woodgrain texture. Each Select Surfaces™ floor is extremely durable - it will not dent, stain or fade in high traffic areas. Select Surfaces™ laminate floors are easy to install; with a simple click it's fast, clean and easy especially since the foam underlayment comes pre-attached. Select Surfaces™ laminate flooring is a great value in comparison to other floor covering products, providing quality product at a great price.


Q. Where is Cali Bamboo® bamboo flooring made? A. Cali Bamboo® bamboo flooring is manufactured in our own production facilities in the Anji County within Zhejiang Province of southeast China. Most of the world's bamboo is concentrated in this region and is therefore the most sustainable place to harvest, process and manufacture bamboo products. Anhui's warm, moist climate provides ideal conditions for bamboo to thrive, and we source our bamboo from well-managed plantations. Q. How does bamboo hold up to spills and liquids? A. While bamboo flooring is naturally resistant to water and other liquids, standing liquid that has seeped between the planks can cause damage. Never wet mop your floor, and soak up spills as soon as possible using a microfiber towel or dry mop. See more bamboo flooring care & maintenance information. Q. Is Cali Bamboo® flooring safe for my family? A. Customer safety has always been Cali Bamboo's #1 priority. We utilize only the highest-quality manufacturing techniques and adhesives to ensure that our flooring is free of harmful chemicals. All our flooring is tested by the leading emissions detection laboratory Benchmark International for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including formaldehyde. Many of our floors are formaldehyde-free, registering concentration levels as "not detectable"; even those with detectable levels measured 25 times lower than the strictest California Air Resources Board (CARB) Phase 2 standards, and at least half the amount found in the typical air we breathe. Learn more and view all test results here. Q. Will Fossilized® bamboo flooring do well in my area of the county? A. Fossilized® flooring will hold up in any climate as long as it's properly acclimated. Because bamboo is a natural product, it will expand as it absorbs humidity and shrink as the air grows drier. The key to avoiding gaps and distortion, in even the most extreme climates, is to remove the planks from the boxes, sticker-stack them, and allow them to adjust to the environment. This typically takes at least 5 days, but extended acclimation times are recommended in regions with high or low levels of moisture. Your floor is ready for installation when the moisture content between the floor and the subfloor is within 3%. Watch how to acclimate flooring video.