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End Grain

Traditional wood flooring is made from planks sawn lengthways, typically going with the grain. End Grain, on the other hand, is a unique and visually stunning type of flooring that is made from blocks of wood cut at a 90-degree angle to the grain. This beautiful flooring option highlights the growth rings of the tree. This type of cut exposes the character of the wood rings and graining and as with a chopping block, the surface of an end-grain tile is incredibly tough and durable. 

CUSTOM ORDER

End Grain products are available through custom orders.
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