If I've ever seen great inspiration for our Vintage Loft Collection, this is it. A New York state couple, Amy and Brandon Phillips, purchased this 19th century factory building and have built out a beautiful living space including 1,700-square-foot of apartment, a 6,000-square-foot event space, and a 4,000-square-foot letterpress studio.
Posted on October 23, 2015
For generations, hardwood flooring has proven to be the standard for beautiful homes. The Brick & Board Collection features smooth faced planks that are gently brushed to reveal the authentic, natural wood grain. This reinterpretation of the classic wood floor will bring enduring beauty to your home.
Posted on October 06, 2015
In our company we like to think we’re committed to “investing in people.” We invest time in building relationships with our customers - so we can know what they need. We invest in getting to know our vendors - so we can have a relationship of trust over time. And we do our best to invest in our employees - giving them job-specific training, but also working to create an environment in which they can lead healthy, productive and meaningful lives.
Posted on October 05, 2015
Several months ago I took my wife out to dinner at a nearby restaurant called Dawt Mill. The main room of the restaurant, built from what remained of the 1800’s mill, still has the original floors. At nearly 120 years old, they’re worn and weathered with age, and absolutely gorgeous.
Posted on August 19, 2015
In the next couple of months we'll be officially revealing our newest offering of prefinished, engineered flooring: The Brick & Board Collection. But we couldn't wait that long to give you a glimpse of it. We're excited to bring this new collection to market as we think it's going to be a really great addition to our existing lineup of high quality, design driven flooring.
Posted on August 11, 2015
If you know a little about Real Wood Floors, you’re likely to know we have a big passion to help orphaned children around the world. We particularly love to partner with highly effective organizations already working in orphan care.
Posted on July 17, 2015
The next color from The Gallery Collection is Prado. We borrowed this name from Spain’s national art museum The Museo del Prado, located in central Madrid. This museum is home to some of Spain’s finest masterpieces from artists such as Goya, Velázquez, Titian, and Rubens.
Posted on April 10, 2015