Thinking about a floor? It’s a choice that many people seeking a rich, high-quality look shy away from, because inexpensive red oak strip flooring, which typically has unattractive grain patterns, is overabundant.
That’s really too bad, because when red oak is grown the way Carlisle oak is grown – in cooler climates where it’s allowed to mature slowly – it produces a really striking floor that works equally well in rustic and contemporary settings.
The homeowners “love the Carlisle wide plank floor,” he wrote.
Craig, who worked with Sales and Design Consultant Sarah Bergren of our Denver showroom, was pleased with the quality and service he got from Carlisle, too. “Carlisle is a valued Crocker Homes partner,” he wrote. “Carlisle was there at each step in the process helping our architect, owner and installers. Their expertise, ability to listen and ask questions helped our team realize the vision we were trying to create.”
Take a look at these photos, and we think you’ll agree theRed Oak floors are a vision, indeed!
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