When you begin exploring your flooring options you’ll catch yourself looking down everywhere you go. If you happen to step into an upscale, trendy restaurant or the lobby of a lavish spa you may find a unique wood that has a rich yet lived in look. The flooring that’s drawing you in is handscraped plank wood.
It’s gorgeous and expensive looking because, well, typically it is. Real handscraped hardwood flooring is in high demand with property owners that want to capture vintage American architectural elements. It was used in some of the country’s earliest buildings when hand-milled lumber was all that was available, and in the last few years it’s been revived.
Today’s technology is bringing the old world craftsmanship of handscraped floors to modern day homes and businesses through the use of laminate and engineered materials.
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