Distressed Wood Flooring

Distressed wood flooring is developed from handcrafted staining and distressed techniques in order to create a naturally aged, rustic floor. The character of Armstrong distressed hardwood will give your home a timeless warmth and appeal.


Cherry - Copper Kettle Hardwood E5614

2 Options Available +

Cherry - Sangria Hardwood E5615

2 Options Available +

Hickory - Antique Natural Hardwood EHK10LG

3 Options Available +

 

 

 

 

Hickory - Sunset Sand Hardwood EHK77LG

2 Options Available +

Maple - Chesapeake Hardwood EMA61LG

3 Options Available +

Maple - Grand Canyon Hardwood EMA60LG

3 Options Available +

Maple - Liberty Brown Hardwood EMA62LG

3 Options Available +

 

 

 

 

Maple - Ponderosa Hardwood EMA63LG

3 Options Available +

Maple - Santa Fe Hardwood EMA64LG

3 Options Available +

Maple - Shenandoah Hardwood ER7365

2 Options Available +

Oak - Antique Hardwood CR2255

5 Options Available +

 

 

 

 

Oak - Dakota Cherry Hardwood EAK74LG

2 Options Available +

Oak - Durango Hardwood EAK71LG

2 Options Available +

 

 

 

 

Oak - Honey Hardwood CR2250

5 Options Available +

Oak - Mojave Hardwood EAK69LG

2 Options Available +

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT DISTRESSED WOOD FLOORS

With flooring trends pointing to timeworn and natural wood looks, distressed hardwood floors fit the trends perfectly. The word “distressed” refers to a type of surface treatment. In this flooring category, hardwood floors are intentionally distressed to create an aged and worn appearance. Distressing techniques involve the use of an embossing roll and color-washing to produce subtle character marks, pits and nail holes. Distressed hardwood floors are a good choice for high traffic areas because they help hide scuff marks and high heel indentations.

Distressed wood floors are available in both solid hardwood and engineered wood construction. Armstrong offers several distressed wood flooring collections with a variety of stains and finishes for unusual rustic looks.