Rift and Quartered White Oak Engineered Flooring

  Rift and Quartered
    White Oak
Engineered Flooring

Select

The most consistent
and premium of grades, free
of all knots with minimal
character markings.

Light Rustic

Contains a moderate amount of sound,
naturally occurring wood features such as knots,
burls and other characteristics of the species.

Rustic

Contains a heavier concentration of
sound, naturally occurring wood
features such as knots, burls and other
characteristics of the species.
Rift and Quartered White
Oak engineered flooring is
the wood of choice for
prestigious homes, palaces
and boardrooms of Europe
and America.
TreeSmart™ White Oak is
harvested from the finest
oak forests in the Northern
United States.
Rift and
Quartered
White Oak
engineered
flooring is
highly valued
for its unique
straight grain
appearance,
accented with
an abundance of
figuring known
as "tiger
striping."

Known as the hardest and most durable of the Oaks, Rift
and Quartered White Oak engineered flooring is an
excellent flooring material because of its superior

durability and variety of unique finishing options. Its distinct vertical grain and tiger striping hallmark this type of Oak. It is achieved by rift and quartering - cutting at a 90-degree angle from the growth rings of the log.

Long revered for its distinctive beauty, it was the signature wood for Craftsman-style, Mission Oak homes and furniture popular during the Arts and Crafts movement.

More than just a beautiful surface, Rift and Quartered White Oak engineered flooring is very dimensionally stable and durable - more than any other species of Oak. Finished to your individual specification, the result is a stunning floor that will make a statement for generations to come.

RIFT & QUARTERED WHITE OAK
ENGINEERED FLOORING

RIFT & QUARTERED WHITE OAK ENGINEERED FLOORING SPECIFICATION

Also available in 3/4" solid hardwood

Like a fingerprint, each piece of TreeSmart™ Engineered Flooring, as well as the finished floor, is unique. Wide variations in character markings, color and grain should be expected and appreciated for their inherent beauty. Photos on this website are for reference and inspiration only. The actual floor characater and colors will vary.