• Antique Heart Pine – New Face

    New Face Antique Heart Pine features subtle reclaimed characteristics perfect for more refined rustic designs. Originally harvested to use in building construction for early America’s schools, factories and mills (such as Columbia University’s School of the Arts and the Revere Sugar Refinery), this material ages from 250-500 years old. With a planned face, these boards will show nail holes, aging cracks, and sound knots amongst a glowing amber grain.

    Technically a softwood by classification, Heart Pine is only slightly less dense than Red Oak (the standard in hardwood flooring). Heart Pine trees grow slowly, only about 1″ in girth each year. This gives your wood flooring great strength. Sometimes the growth rings can be so densely packed you can barely distinguish one annular ring from its neighbor. How cozy!

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  • Antique Heart Pine – Old Face

    Old Face Antique Heart Pine highlights the true natural beauty and character of reclaimed material. Rugged in appearance, this product maintains as much original surface as possible. Features on this material include old saw marks, patina, tool marks and years wear-and-tear.

    Technically a softwood by classification, Heart Pine is only slightly less dense than Red Oak (the standard in hardwood flooring). Heart Pine trees grow slowly, only about 1″ in girth each year. This gives your wood flooring great strength. Sometimes the growth rings can be so densely packed you can barely distinguish one annular ring from its neighbor. How cozy!

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  • Knotty Pine

    Rustic, warm and inviting, Eastern White Pine is a beautiful choice for multiple applications in your home. Used most often for flooring and interior paneling, this versatile product brings an old world charm at an affordable price.

    Eastern White Pine products can be supplied in rough, smooth or skip planed textures to suit your personal taste. Circle sawn textures, much like the characteristics you find in reclaimed materials, are also available. With the ability to accept a variety of stains and milling techniques, we can create a quality product with this species suitable for any project.

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  • Maple – Dead Standing

    Our Dead Standing Maple flooring has been harvested from dying maple trees found elevated from the forest floor, a form of forestry reclamation rather than structural reclamation. The trees have begun decomposing, allowing for insects (particularly beetles) and fungi to invade. Evidence of this process can be seen in the stunning streaks and color variations, a characteristic that does not affect the structural integrity of the wood. The resulting palette is beige with streaks of gray, brown and blue, a look perfect for both modern and rustic design tastes.

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  • Maple – Select White

    Durable enough for bowling alleys yet beautiful enough for formal areas, Select White Maple has a light, airy, clean feel. This product features fine, delicate grain and a consistent appearance. With a high-end sleek appearance, Select White Maple is a superb choice for modern design applications.

    Although most commonly used for flooring, this material can easily be milled into stunning interior paneling. Suitable for homes with colorful home decor, this light-toned material serves elegantly as a background for art collections of all sorts.

     

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  • Reclaimed Oak – Herringbone & Chevron

    Reclaimed Oak Parquet flooring gained popularity as the fashionable flooring in grand Parisian homes during the early-mid 1600’s. This product became even more coveted when Louis XIV had it installed at the Palace of Versailles in the 1680’s. Possibly the first parquet pattern in Europe, Herringbone and Cevron patterns elongate rooms, giving the floors great texture and variation when using reclaimed materials.

    Traditionally, this luxe flooring was intended to physically elevate and symbolically honor those who stood upon it; we believe this still to be true today! Excelsior has the craftsmanship to carefully mill these small, geometric repeating patterns to create a truly captivating space (patterns also available in new wood options).

     

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  • Reclaimed Oak – New Face

    Salvaged from old barns, our New Face Reclaimed Oak flooring has a story to tell. We carefully remove the original surface of the wood to expose the fresh wood underneath. The evidence of reclamation including nail holes, areas of beautiful patina and gorgeous grain pattern, will add a timeless warm look to your home. Naturally durable to withstand wear-and-tear, oak is the most common species for flooring applications. Recommended for high traffic areas, this product will only build character and memories as the years go by.

     

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  • Reclaimed Oak – Old Face

    Beautiful, durable and historic, our Old Face Reclaimed Oak flooring adds warmth to any space. The natural patina acquired from life in a barn creates tones in the wood that coordinate with various color schemes and surfaces. The texture of this product and abundant character easily disguise life’s little messes. Naturally durable to withstand wear-and-tear, oak is the most common species for flooring applications. We carefully re-mill this antique wood to maintain as much of the original surface as possible, while providing a floor that performs. Our pre-finished floors are sanded smooth to the touch – no splinters in bare feet!

     

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  • Reclaimed Oak – Parquet Versailles

    Reclaimed Oak Parquet flooring gained popularity as the fashionable flooring in grand Parisian homes during the early-mid 1600’s. This product became even more coveted when Louis XIV had it installed at the Palace of Versailles in the 1680’s. The Parquet de Varsailles pattern is elegant patchwork design suited best for large scale rooms.

    Traditionally, this luxe flooring was intended to physically elevate and symbolically honor those who stood upon it; we believe this still to be true today! Excelsior has the craftsmanship to carefully mill these small, geometric repeating patterns to create a truly captivating space (patterns also available in new wood options).

     

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  • Red Oak

    With its natural beauty and hardworking reputation, Red Oak hardwood flooring is casual, comfortable and a reliable classic. Featuring a distinct wavy grain pattern and a subtle reddish hue in its natural, unstained state, it is a striking choice for modern, rustic and traditional spaces. No need to fuss and fear with these floors as they are naturally durable to withstand wear-and-tear

    Red Oak is very easy to work with and takes stain nicely allowing Excelsior to custom finish this friendly flooring for your family to live and play on.

     

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  • Walnut – Black

    Black Walnut is immodestly beautiful, with its unmistakable grain pattern and deep brown color. Featuring golden and purple highlights accompanied with a natural luster, the richness of this material will illuminate luxury throughout your home.

    While this material is clearly a gorgeous focal point, it also allows lighter decor to pop against the natural dark tone. Used most often in flooring, staircase, and furniture applications, Walnut products will not disappoint in appearance or durability. Black Walnut, is known for its resistance to decay, leaving you with of peace of mind knowing your product’s beauty will withstand the test of time.

     

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  • White Oak – Character Grade

    Character Grade White Oak is the essence of rustic elegance. This grade of white oak is warm and inviting, allowing room for sound knots and natural character to shine. Appropriate for casual and formal areas, this material is a classically beautiful choice for both residential and commercial settings.

    Naturally durable to withstand wear-and-tear, oak is the most common species for flooring applications. Nicknamed at Excelsior as chameleon wood, white oak takes a variety of stains and oils. From sun-bleached gray to honey tones, and even rich ebony, white oak flooring pairs exceptionally with almost any space.

     

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  • White Oak – Rift and Quartersawn

    Uncommonly refined, Rift and Quartersawn White Oak flooring is carefully milled to exhibit a clean look of long, straight grain patterns, occasional small knots, and beautiful flecking. Among the grades of oak, rift and quartered has become one of the most desired materials on the market.

    Typically found in formal settings, this highly valued material is durable, stable, and takes a variety of coatings beautifully. Whether you favor a crisp white, a driftwood gray, or even a deep earthy brown, this white oak flooring will flow elegantly through your space.

     

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  • White Oak – Rustic Grade

    Similar to a worn-in pair of jeans, Rustic White Oak is casual and comfortable. Displaying an abundance of natural character, there is no fear of truly living on your floor with this choice. This product featured unlimited sound defects, a variety of knots, variation in color, change in grain pattern, cracks, burls…the list goes on.

    Naturally durable to withstand wear-and-tear, oak is the most common species for flooring applications. Taking a number of different coating options, white oak is a blank canvas for your customer shade. Adding a custom pre-finish to this rustic floor, Excelsior will bring the level of charm to your home you were dreaming of.

     

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