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On cold Winter days with a slight cover of clouds the diffuse light bounces off the snow and seems to light the air itself. A crisp and inviting light that does not have a single source, Winter Light. The medium white pigments washed over a brushed texture creates visual interest as the stain holds deeper in the open grain creating a layering of white on white. The thin veil of color still allows you to enjoy the natural variation of the wood itself. The white tones will create a cooler more modern back drop for your interior, while the brushing contributes a clear sense of classic age and handmade quality.
- SPECIES White Oak
- WIDTH 8"
- TEXTURE Brushed
- STRUCTURE Solid or Engineered
- FINISH Prefinished
- EDGE Softened
- Minimum Order 400 SQ FT
- PROFILE 3/4", tongue and groove edge
- INSTALLATION Residential, Commercial, Radiant Heat, Concrete Slab, Waterfront, Plywood
The Carlisle experience.
We offer unparalleled service and expertise, to make the process of selecting a new wood floor a true pleasure.
From forest to floor.
A practice that allows us to preserve natural resources while assuring the beauty and quality of every Carlisle floor.
Made just for you.
Our New England craftsmen are true artisans and bring out the best in each board so that your vision comes to life.
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