Salvaged Texas Post Oak is incredibly unique, it displays distinct markings and character that can’t be found in any other wood, those markings include speckling, beige streaking, knotting, light to dark color variation, and cracking. As you can see in the photos above there are outrageous characteristics that are only found in a native Texas Post Oak hardwood floor. Texas Post Oak is a beautiful tree indigenous to Texas and the great southern plains. Texas Post Oak wood is a white oak that’s subtle and nuanced, unlike any oak we’ve seen. It’s full of detail, hushed character and gorgeous grain, but there’s nothing domineering about it. It provides a clean canvass open to individual interpretation. Post Oak ingratiates itself with our clients who know what they want. It’s a captivating wood that cries out for sun-soaked rooms and statement projects. It’s earthy, alluring and incredibly rare in design work.From leading architects and builders to design-centric homeowners, we work with the most knowledgeable people around. And yet, it isn’t uncommon to see with a look of bewilderment when we mention our Oak flooring. Texas Post Oak, sometimes called Iron Oak, is a wood that is finicky and rarely worked with. It borders on unheard of. It took us over three years of developing to come up with a process that makes this wood sing. Yet, we could see its refined beauty and knew the arduous hours would be worthwhile.
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