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Dunkirk Reclaimed Oak Flooring (FL359)

Bring a touch of Old-World charm into your space with Dunkirk reclaimed Oak flooring. The rough texture and prominent Hit or Miss saw marks on the surface of each plank lend it a rustic character that create a dramatic floor. The sandy hues and warm, dark brown tones of the finish on the Oak create a lovely contrast that adds depth and dimension to any room.

The sandy hues and warm, dark brown tones of the finish on the Oak create a lovely contrast that adds depth and dimension to any room. The rich history of the vintage Oak combined with the expert finishing and and natural variations in the wood make this a floor with timeless appeal and one-of-a-kind appearance. Dunkirk reclaimed Oak flooring is sure to transform any space; whether you’re renovating a rustic farmhouse, revamping a contemporary space or designing a new build.


Specifications:

Species:Oak
Thickness:5/8″ or 3/4″
Standard Face Widths:3″, 5″, 6 1/2″ , 8 1/2″, Random 3″- 7″ and 5″ – 9″
Standard Lengths:2′ – 8′
Milling:Tongue and Groove, Relief in back, Microbevel
Surface:Hit or Miss
Finish:Custom Penetrating Oil
Type:Engineered or Solid
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Reclaimed Oak Hit or Miss Flooring Spec Sheet

About Reclaimed Wood Flooring

  • All flooring products are available in custom widths and lengths based on availability.
  • Varied amounts of knots, nail holes, surface checks, and other character marks. Character marks are filled on Finished Flooring, optional to be filled on Unfinished Flooring.
  • All flooring is available as solid wood or as an engineered product with a 4mm – 6mm wear layer on a plywood substrate.
  • Reclaimed wood flooring is sourced from barns, factories, homes and other old structures and provenance can be provided on request.
  • Our dedicated finishing team will create custom floors that perfectly match the vision of your project.
  • Our reclaimed wood floors may contain saw marks, nail holes, surface checks, and other historic characteristics.
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