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    Heritage Woodcraft Old World Chisel Calvados

    Terre Verte Kazaar Acacia Engineered Hardwood

    Kazaar, from the Terre Verte Collection by Artisan Floors, featuring premium-grade wide-plank engineered flooring in many exotic wood species including Walnut, Cherry, Brazil Koa, Ipe and Mahogany. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Vintage Couture Sakura

    Vintage Couture Sakura Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Sakura from the Vintage Couture Collection by Heritage Woodcraft is a wide-plank (6-3/8") handscraped engineered floor. Its 9-ply cross-grain substrate makes it suitable for glue, staple, nail or float installation. Learn More »
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    Antiguo Collection Valencia Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Antiguo Collection Valencia Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Valencia, from the Antiguo Collection by Heritage Woodcraft, features extra-wide plank (11-1/4”) engineered hardwood flooring with a soft terra-cotta hue. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Vintage Couture Makati

    Vintage Couture Makati Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Makati from the Vintage Couture Collection by Heritage Woodcraft is a wide-plank (6-3/8") handscraped engineered floor. Its 9-ply cross-grain substrate makes it suitable for a glue, staple, nail or float installation. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Vintage Couture Couvertury

    Vintage Couture Couvertury Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Couvertury from the Vintage Couture Collection by Heritage Woodcraft is a wide-plank (6-3/8") handscraped engineered floor. Its 9-ply cross-grain substrate makes it suitable for a glue, staple, nail or float installation. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Vintage Couture Lapacho

    Vintage Couture Lapacho Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Lapacho from the Vintage Couture Collection by Heritage Woodcraft is a wide-plank (6-3/8") handscraped engineered floor. Its 9-ply cross-grain substrate makes it suitable for a glue, staple, nail or float installation over both concrete and wooden sub-floors on all grade levels. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Old World Chisel African Black Walnut

    Old World Chisel African Black Walnut Acacia Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    African Black Walnut, from the Old World Chisel Collection by Heritage Woodcraft, features premium wide-plank (4-3/4”) engineered flooring with an Acacia veneer and a uniquely distressed look making no two planks exactly alike. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Vintage Millworks Grapa

    Vintage Millworks Grapa Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Grapa, from the Vintage Millworks Collection by Heritage Woodcraft, is a premium-grade wide-plank (5”) engineered flooring with a maple-look birch veneer. This species is sourced worldwide and is universally-used in many fine wood applications. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Old World Chisel Dominical Eucalyptus

    Old World Chisel Dominical Eucalyptus Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Dominical Eucalyptus, from our Old World Chisel Collection by Heritage Woodcraft, is a premium wide-plank (5”) engineered flooring with an exotic handscraped Eucalyptus veneer. The rich chocolate brown hue of this floor lends itself to a variety of color in any home. Learn More »
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    Heritage Woodcraft Chattered Delfino Dawn French Dark Edge

    Chattered Delfino Dawn Handscraped Engineered Hardwood

    Dawn from the Chattered Delfino Collection by Heritage Woodcraft is a handscraped wide-plank (6-3/8") engineered flooring with a maple-look birch wear layer. Learn More »

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