White Oak Wide Plank Flooring


  • Widths: 4″ – 12″
  • Lengths: 2′ – 14′
  • Custom milled thickness & edges
  • Solid and Engineered planks available
  • Consistent sandy color across the board
  • Ages into a rich golden brown
  • Extremely hard with a pronounced grain
  • Takes stain well
  • Versatile design options from formal to rustic

Design Samples


It not only describes the hardness and durability of white oak, it also describes the characteristics of the grain and color variations. The oak leaf was used as an insignia on the Vanderbilt family crest as a symbol of everlasting strength.

Oak takes a stain beautifully so it can be adapted to any design style. It will offer a bold aesthetic and a feeling of strength to all that you want to accomplish on it.

It Started with the Mayflower.

In 1620, the Mayflower sailed from England, carrying 102 passengers in search of religious freedom in the New World. When the ship docked in Plymouth, Massachusetts, the Puritans started to work building what would ultimately become the United States of America.

The Mayflower’s legacy lives on in Plymouth Plantation’s full-scale reproduction, Mayflower II. In 2013, when she needed repairs, Farming State University offered its campus’s 150-year-old white oak to replicate her original timbers. Earlier Mayflower replicas disintegrated, but this one remains seaworthy more than 50 years after its construction, carrying not passengers or cargo but history to be handed down for generations.

What story will you tell about your floors?
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