Logs End Wideplank Hardwood
Rift & quarter sawn white oak is one of the most sought-after woods for flooring in design and architecture. Its unique medullary ray and flecking patterns are of unparalleled beauty and the specialized cut of the wood ensures superior stability.
French cut is a variation of live sawn cutting, where the log is cut straight through with each cut parallel to the last. This leaves a mix of plain, quarter, and rift sawn woods (about a third of each). In French cutting, the first and last few boards are removed to eliminate the plain sawn portion, leaving only a mix of quarter sawn and rift sawn wood.
|Dimensions||12 × 7 × .625 in|
Light, Light Brown
Smooth, Brushed, Scraped, Torched
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