Offering the widest planks of any species, Eastern White Pine flooring has a history extending back to the earliest Colonial structures in America’s Northeast, lending a warm and authentic feel that takes on lots of character and personality over time. Depending on the grade and finish you choose, Eastern White Pine can take on a wide variety of looks, from a pale, smooth modern appearance to the dark and knotty varieties reminiscent of original New England homes.
One of the coolest things about Eastern White Pine, aside from its versatility, affordability and sustainability, is the fact that the wood gets stronger and harder over the years. The fibers compress upon themselves as you walk on them, creating a timeless durability that can still be seen in centuries-old historic floors. Check out this selection of different Eastern White Pine flooring types from Valenti, Hull Forest and Carlisle for some examples.
Top nailed with antique wrought iron nails, stained with a 50/50 mix of Cabot’s Australian timber oil in Jarrah Brown and Old Masters wiping stain in Provincial, then finished with Varanthane Diamond water-based clear satin finish.