Stay On Trend: Distressed & Wide-Width European Floors

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This week, we’re featuring wide width European and new distressed looks. Wide-width floors bring an elegant, modern feel, while distressed looks offer a timeworn look and timeless style. See a few of our favorite wide-width and distressed looks below:

Virginia Mill Works Vintage French Oak

European-style Vintage French Oak from Virginia Mill Works boasts 6″ wide, wirebrushed planks in an elegant mix of beige and gray tones that invite casual living. Engineered for every room, it’s a refreshing, timeless style that is far from fussy. Wirebrushing is a distressing technique that gives floors a natural, timeworn appeal. It beautifully replicates the rippled appearance of a vintage, handcrafted floor.

Nicole says, “We love the color variations that bring our modern French farmhouse look together. Very rustic and relaxed but polished and on-trend all at the same time.”

Virginia Mill Works Stonewashed Linen Oak

The light and airy hues in this prefinished engineered hardwood make a perfect, neutral backdrop that complements pops of color on walls and throughout your décor for a truly stunning interior. Stonewashed Linen Oak by Virginia Mill Works features 6-5/16” wide planks.

Bellawood Willow Manor Oak

Willow Manor Oak offers rustic charm with 7-1/2” extra wide planks accented by sawn marks and natural oak character that give it a storied journey into Old World craftsmanship. A thermal treatment darkens the natural tone of the wood for a range of warm, robust brown hues.

Virginia Mill Works Mediterranean Maple

Capture the essence of coastal living with Mediterranean Maple solid hardwood. Inspired by the depth of color and beauty of the Mediterranean Sea, this floor features an alluring blend of blue-green hues and earthy brown under-tones. Natural, rustic knots add to this new distressed hardwood’s character.

Shop similar styles – select wide-width European looks and new distressed floors are on sale this week!

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