St. Moritz is a beautiful warm-toned wood that showcases the unique characteristics and natural rich details of the grain. This flooring will transform any room making it a universal choice for many design styles.
This European French Oak is a beautiful medium toned wood, lending itself for multiple design styles including a contemporary look to a rustic beach house or cottage style home. This wood makes a statement with its interesting knots and tight wood grains that no other wood can match.
Displaying cinnamon undertones, Cashmere is a warm French Oak perfect for any modern interior. Subtle grays peek out from underneath the auburn facade, creating a captivating contrast.
European Oak known for its strength and durability, the Crans Montana provides a classic style with a modern twist giving any environment a stylish floor from traditional to ultra modern designs.
From the heart of the French Alps, the Courchevel embodies the look and feel of an icy mountain range with its modern cool-grey tones giving any room a timeless tribute of elegance.
The La Plagne provides a unique and charming style of wood, aged to perfection. Beautiful in both a classic or modern style residence.
French Oak with a deeper graphite tone – great for modern settings or those that are looking to introduce a modern aspect, to a more traditional setting.
A smoky grey French Oak with soft taupe undertones, making a unique foundation for transitional or contemporary interiors.
Masterfully crafted French Oak plank with just the right level of hand scraping. This wood undergoes a specific fuming process, that brings out the perfect deep brown hue, without any red.
This French Oak has light to medium brown tones with just a hint of grey – A classic wood floor that offers depth & elegance to any setting.
With the contrast of the rustic graining & its smooth texture, this medium to light brown wood, offers a more refined rustic style.
The distinct richness and depth of this wood is brought out through the fuming process, creating a gorgeous patina, of warmth & subtle charcoal accents.
The soft, brushed texture of this smoky grey wood allows for a weathered appearance, giving a transitional backdrop for any setting.
This distinguished wood is created by a special fuming process that quiets any red tones to bring out more grey, developing a warm putty tone. A versatile option for many different applications.
This weathered grey toned French Oak, takes on characteristics as if it has been naturally aged by time and the sun, all while maintaining a refined appearance.
This light, bleached French Oak, has a softened antiqued look, done by skilled artisans who hand distress each piece.
PLANKS: Often confused with walnut, the Saint Amour is actually an oiled French Oak. The texture and colors were developed specifically to evoke the character and soul of antique French wood.
CHEVRON: The deep, chestnut browns of our Saint Amour French oak, seen here in a Chevron pattern, capture the elegance of a Parisian apartment. Also known as Hungarian Points, the Chevron pattern is the foundation of any classic design.
VERSAILLES: Inspired by the sumptuous wood floors found in the private quarters of Louis XIV in the palais de Versailles, the Saint Amour/Versailles reproduces antique parquet down to the finest detail. The deep, rich brown tones, and custom distressing of the French Oak enhance the parquet’s timeless, regal quality.
Timeless, majestic French oak, with a smooth oil finish. Its deep down color can cause it to be mistaken for walnut, but its noble character, seen in its superior strength and weight, are unmistakable. Oak from the same forests used to make the world’s finest wine casks.
Inspired by the finest antique wood floors in Europe, this French oak is the quintessential solid wood. The Josephine’s extra-wide, heavy planks are finished with a deep vintage texture.
Solid, timeless French oak summarizes the classic and rustic look of this commercial strength wood floor. Forgiving and durable, the Correze French white oak captures the warmth and natural distressing found in the floors of ancient farm houses in the Loire Valley.
Made up of wide planks, in a deep, burnt-brown color, with a vintage oil finish Moselle is a floor that makes an impression. The warmth and earthiness of this wood carries with it the soul of the old world, even as it enhances contemporary designs.
This oak floor has complex, layered dark grey tones with brown undertones, finished with a thin coat of white ceruse oil. The subtle, aged texture makes it an ideal choice for transitional and contemporary projects.
The striking, vertical saw finish of Le Blanc is fresh, modern, and easy to maintain. Le Blanc need not be limited to flooring, but can also be used to create the perfect wall accent. The white oil finish allows the veins and knots of the wood to shine through, revealing the wood’s natural beauty.
Solid wood planks with a distinctive saw finish and mushroom-grey tones. The perfect choice for transitional and modern projects. Installed on the floor, ceiling or on the wall, its durable texture will brighten any room.
The artistically weathered grey tones of this transitional wood cannot fail to be noticed. The design possibilities with the Longere are endless. From modern to classic, it will adapt seamlessly.
The Taraux’s layered grey tones and vintage texture are truly impressive when paired with its wide planks, making for a superb wood floor. The ultimate French oak, the Taraux will stand the test of time.
The grey and brown undertones of this imperial, solid French oak can serve as the foundation of any design style. A contemporary twist to a classic wood.
This soft pale greys and golds of this wood are reminiscent of a watercolor. It is the perfect choice for transitional and modern projects. Installed on the floor, ceiling, or wall, it will create a play of light for a soothing effect.
This pale grey tones of the Orleans provides a fresh backdrop to both traditional and modern design. Exquisitely aged, or with a light-brushed finish, this solid French oak is both versatile and durable.