quercus stellata

Most oak is very recognizable because of its distinctive and recurring grain, but Texas Post Oak is different. It consists of a much more interesting grain that is not so intrusive and has much greater detail in all its many subtleties. Texas Post Oak is a white oak, which offers our clients limitless style and color options for their premium oak flooring. The clean canvas of the raw wood allows for individual interpretation, so each client can achieve a custom, one-of-a-kind design. Our wide plank Texas Post Oak flooring includes a substantial amount of rift and quarter sawn boards that give it beauty and character, unlike any oak we have ever seen. It is a captivating wood rarely used, but because we developed a process to make this wood sing, this uncommon wood species is now one of our most desired. 

We encourage you to request a sample of this stunning hardwood product so you can see how this unique wood species will complement your personal design sensibility. 


Available in 3/4" solid or 5/8" engineered flooring.

Available unfinished or custom finished.

Available in Natural Face 7/8".

Random Widths: 4" - 8"

Veneer: 4.5 - 8 mm sawn wear layer

Random Lengths: 2' - 10' (avg. 6.5')

This premium oak flooring is available in three distinct textures: natural face, hand scraped, and flat sanded. Each option offers variations in texture and style. Whether you’re looking for Old World character, classic charm, or that modern rustic vibe, we have a hardwood finish that exemplifies your unique style.



  • Highly textured

  • Subtle undulations that create  the look of a timeworn floor

  • Old World look and feel



  • Medium texture

  • Visible depth and aged look

  • Rich in charm and character



  • Little to no texture

  • Smooth and seamless look

  • Flush joints


Wood is an organic and natural product that varies in grade and color variation within the same species. The wood grade includes elements of character such as knots, cracks, or mineral streaks. The natural color variation will vary within the same species as well, from lighter boards to darker boards. Below is a large sample displaying the amount of expected grade and color variations of Texas Post Oak hardwood flooring.