Tobacco Pine FlooringReclaimed Wood Flooring
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, many farmers who lived in the fertile valleys of Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River and Allegheny Mountains grew tobacco. Using a mixture of pine species as siding, floor joists and roof rafters, they constructed barns for drying tobacco – a unique process that gave what we call tobacco pine its heavily mixed color and character (without odor).
Tobacco-stained pine hardwood flooring creates a unique, “old pine” appearance with deep, rich shades of brown and red intermingled with the wood’s original honey color. This dark, naturally weathered look will help you add warmth and charm to a more rustic décor.
Distinctives of Reclaimed Tobacco Pine
As with any reclaimed pine, tobacco pine hardwood flooring features sound knots, cracks, nail holes, wormholes, saw kerfs and watermarks.
|Wide Plank Face Widths: 3" to 12"+ Wide Plank Lengths: 2' to 12'+ Wide Plank Thickness: 3/4", 5/8", 1/2", 3/8", 11/16" Finish: unfinished or prefinished Features: FSC certification available Milling: solid or engineered|