A new offering from our west coast shop featuring softwoods from the Pacific Northwest's oldest agrarian structures. Blends of deep chocolates, chewy caramels, and subtle copper offer a warm backdrop for busy households and casual entertaining. Saw marks, dings, knots, and nail holes tell the story of years gone by.

Color & Character

Tan to caramel and pink hues. Original patina, circle sawn marks, dings, knots and nail holes.

Available As

  • Solid Plank Paneling
  • Solid Flooring

Solid Dimensions

Thickness ¾"
Widths 5"
Lengths 2–8' Random

Engineered Dimensions



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Our Original Circle Sawn Softwoods are reclaimed from agricultural buildings throughout the USA.  Visit Unearth the Story for more.


Most of our solid and eco-friendly engineered flooring is available unfinished or prefinished. Prefinish includes hand applied oil and wax or factory applied aluminum oxide which requires a micro bevel on each piece of flooring. Scratches that occur on a floor finished with oil and wax can often be lightly sanded out. Reapply oil and wax after sanding and let cure.

  • Spills of any kind should be cleaned up immediately.
  • Broom clean for regular maintenance.
  • Consult finish manufacturer for appropriate cleaning instructions.


Our products are made here in the USA, in a way that’s healthy for you, our employees, and the environment. The 13-acre NY facility is 100% wind powered. Our mill and kilns are heated 100% with our scrap wood. Pioneer Millworks is FSC chain of custody certified in three categories and Green America approved. All of our products are LEED point eligible. Check out Earth Shared for details.


Our solid flooring features precision milled tongue and groove that can be nailed or stapled down. The World's Most Eco-Friendly Engineered flooring is entirely tongue and groove including end matching. It can be nailed, stapled, glued down or floated.

  • We suggest ordering an additional 7-12% for most orders to cover trimming and installation waste.
  • We always recommend using a professional installer and can note a few good ones local to your area.


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