Unique Mixture of Reclaimed Hardwoods

We are so accustom to a single species in a floor that we don't consider mixing several species together; the hearty settlers that built the barns we now salvage were not so much concerned about what a type of wood looked like, rather, their concern was how it would perform. Hence, the structure of most 19th century barns are made up of multiple species of strong woods. A trailblazer floor is reflective of the timbers in one of these barns in that there are coarse grained woods along side of fine grain, open grain with closed grain and very light woods with nutmeg and rose tones. In the end, the floor is a wonderful tapestry of very different wood woven together with the common threads of durability and beauty.

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