Limed Oak

Hundreds of years ago, lime was often used as a treatment for exposed wood in structures, especially barns, where its mildly antibacterial characteristics helped keep things smelling better. Over time it also built up a light chalky white finish that is often referred to as a whitewash or lime-wash. Our Limed Oak finish, shown on Live Sawn White Oak, was inspired by this old-timey finish, which is a beautiful choice for new floors.

Satin urethane top coat. Available in a variety of sheens upon request.

Our American Heritage collection of floors features a full range of classic American hardwood species. Available in a variety of grades, colors, textures and custom finishes, we continue to work hard to find timeless products that will help turn your home into a modern masterpiece.