Modern farmhouse flooring in this rustic farmhouse in Nashville, Tennessee features 8” wide character grade rift and quartered American White Oak floors from Oak & Broad. The homeowner wanted to incorporate more modern details while still maintaining the overall look and feel of a country home. Our unique White Oak flooring helped to achieve this look and provide a warm and inviting interior that is also durable.
Why Choose Wide Rift and Quartered White Oak Planks for this modern farmhouse?
Our selection of wide and extra long White Oak planks provides several advantages that add to the aesthetic of any home. Using bigger planks means that there are fewer seams, which creates a smoother, more continuous look. In addition, larger planks, with lengths that varied from 6’-12’, help create the illusion of space and help to open up rooms. When combined with plenty of windows and natural light, wide plank White Oak floors create an airy feel that brings some of nature inside this modern farmhouse.
Choosing rift and quartered White Oak planks also creates a distinctive grain pattern. By cutting into logs at an angle that is perpendicular to the growth rings, the grain appears as a linear pattern. The result is clean and consistent plank patterns that give a truly modern feel. The character grade rift and quartered White Oak planks that were used in this project still include plenty of beautiful grain variations while also contributing to the sleek look of the modern farmhouse design.
The floor inside this modern farmhouse was finished on site with a spectacular custom finish that we designed especially for this project. Our custom stain brings out the warm hues that make White Oak such a popular option while also complimenting the other décor.
If you are interested in replicating this look in your own home or learning more about our flooring options, call and schedule a consultation with Oak & Broad today. We look forward to hearing from you.
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