The floor at the Green's house is Red Oak and Red Elm.
We quarter saw our timber whenever possible to bring out the natural beauty inside the board. This practice is much like facetting a jem stone!
The Grenlie floor adds Black Cherry to the mix of wood species. A little variety in wood species can add a great deal of interest to your new hardwood floor.
Using a natural blend of what is growing in our forest, we are able to create a beautiful palette of natural colors tailored just to your taste.
This floor at the Loraine in downtown Madison overlooked the Capitol building! We like to use different widths of boards to better utilize the whole tree and reduce waste.
Red Elm and Red Oak make up the majority of this lovely floor.
The floor on Rolling Ridge included this staircase. Black Walnut is great for accents, and lends a rich chocolate color to the floor.
Black Cherry and other woods were blended together to create this one-of-a-kind staircase.