A popular floor for reclaimed wood enthusiasts.
This distressed wood flooring is an authentic reproduction of centuries-old milling techniques used when watermills along riverways would saw Pine logs into boards. Manufacturing capabilities were not quite as refined as they are today so the machinery would “skip” across the boards, leaving original saw marks. At the time, if you were using these boards in your home you would hand scrape or sand these marks out, but our craftsmen re-create this skip milling here today and preserve it with our “Hit or Miss” surface.
This floor is popular for reclaimed wood enthusiasts who want wider boards or need something a little more economical. To create the most authentic look, consider a medium to dark stain to best reveal the rustic saw marks and our authentic hand-cut nails.