Solid Hardwood: A Solid Choice


Solid hardwood is a timeless, value-adding flooring option that comes in a plethora of sizes and styles. From wide planks to gray hues, we have it all. We also offer either unfinished, allowing you to apply your own stain, or prefinished, for easier installation. Read about just a few of our 100+ solid hardwood options:

Bellawood Matte Carriage House White Ash

It’s easy to see why Bellawood’s Carriage House White Natural Ash is one of today’s hottest new styles. The creamy hues featuring soft tans and grays are a beautiful showcase for the knots and markings characteristic of solid Ash. The low-gloss, low-maintenance style works particularly well in children’s rooms, kitchens, or anywhere a fresh, clean look is welcomed. This style is also available in a wider plank.

Builder’s Pride Copper Ridge Hickory

Copper Ridge Hickory exudes earthy elegance and casual sophistication with the rugged spirit of a mountain ridge. The solid hardwood planks showcase on-trend rustic style with varying shades of copper brown that give way to lighter creamy tones. The unmistakable hickory grain adds to the character of the floor.

Virginia Mill Works Seaport Maple

The characteristic maple texture, distressed with fine wirebrushing on a matte gray finish takes its inspiration from a sleepy, seaside village. Maple’s solid hardwood construction is especially durable, while its graceful graining and clean and crisp style offers an instantly beautiful look for any home.

Bellawood Rustic Red Oak

This is one of our most popular hardwoods because of its timelessness. Red Oak is America’s most popular choice for wood floors and serves as the industry benchmark when rating hardness among species. It features a reddish tan color and has a distinctive glow that creates an inviting atmosphere. Better yet, changes due to sunlight exposure are minimal with Red Oak, ensuring a bright and beautiful floor for years to come.

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