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Wide planks, long lengths, and artisan color treatments are all aspects of high-end luxury floors. The Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection from Real Wood Floors includes all of these features at an affordable price.
In early 19th century London, Marc Brunel pioneered a new technique for slicing veneers from hardwood lumber. Perfected in 1875, this process maximizes efficiency while preserving the natural grain of the lumber. Because of this, it is the most beautiful and economical way to build an engineered floor.
Ideal Customer for the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection
Crafted in European White Oak and Maple, the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection offers a versatile look. Because of Brunel’s innovation in 1875, the sliced veneers show all the true character and grain of the lumber. We’ve seen it installed in modern industrial, coastal, and farmhouse settings.
We recommend this floor for customers who are interested in a high-end, luxury prefinished floor on a budget. Along with renovations, the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection is also a great engineered floor for new construction.
Because of its highly highly durable urethane finish, the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection is protected from normal wear and tear. We always recommend installing a whole-home humidifier to prevent gaps and squeaks. Additionally, it’s important to only clean these floors with a wood floor safe cleaner and microfiber mop.
Our cleaning page goes through everything you need to know to keep your wood floors looking like new for years to come!
Features of the Eighteen Seventy-Five Collection
Variable Lengths Up to 6′
White Oak and Maple
1.5 mm Sliced Veneer
Texture: Weathered and Wire Brushed Installation and Warranty Guides