Antique oak skip planed
Antique Oak comes from boards that were used as interior and exterior walls of barns and other vintage farmhouse structures. Each floor board tells a unique story about the history of the wood, and no two boards are the same — even within the same barn. The coloring and weathered characteristics vary based on a number of factors, including: geographic location, oak species and weather. To achieve a more rustic, refined aesthetic with contrast, a process called skip planing is used to expose the grain in the high points of the board, while "skipping" over the low points preserving the original patina. Antique Oak has a rich character sure to make a statement on any vertical surface.
Collection: Forest Free
Species: Mixed Oak (may include small percentage of Beech, Elm, Maple, Ash, Hickory, Poplar, Walnut and others)
Cut: Skip planed
Color: Color variation inherent
Width: 4"-9" nominal, or by request
Length: RL up to 12', average 7'-8'
Finish: Eutree commercial
Source: Forest Free
Installation: Glue, nail