Customizing your rustic Hickory hardwood flooring
In addition to distressing techniques, Carlisle offers a variety of other methods for customizing your rustic Hickory hardwood flooring to create a unique surface for your space.
A choice of colors. Our virtually unlimited selection of stain colors enables you to easily achieve a dark or light distressed wood flooring, or even distressed white wood flooring. We offer a collection of popular, traditional stain colors, and our Carlisle Custom Color matching system can create a stain to match virtually any color sample you submit.
A selection of board widths. The planks of our rustic Hickory hardwood flooring can be cut to widths from 4″ to 12″ wide. Choosing a consistent width throughout the floor provides a clean and uniform look, while using a variety of widths can add additional visual interest.
A patterned installation. Hardwood floor patterns like Herringbone, Chevron and Versailles are popular choices for homeowners who want to add elegance and sophistication to a room.
Prefinished options. Prefinishing your rustic Hickory hardwood flooring is an excellent option when you want to avoid the mess and inconvenience of having your floor sanded, stained and sealed in your home. Our Carlisle Custom Coat® finishing process enables us to install prefinished floors that look and feel identical to floors that are finished on site.
Solid vs. engineered. With most floors from Carlisle you’ll have the choice of solid or engineered wood. A Carlisle engineered floor is essentially indistinguishable from a solid floor. With an engineered Hickory floor, a layer of Hickory veneer is applied to multiple layers of birch backing to create a floor that’s more resistant to humidity, moisture and temperature changes.
Hardwood species. In addition to rustic Hickory hardwood flooring, we offer rustic Oak flooring as well as rustic floors in Ash, Birch, Cherry, Maple and Walnut.