Bespoke Floors are made by hand, one at a time, and are inherently highly customizable. The woods in this collection can be selected asis, off the shelf, or can be considered starting points for you to tailor your floor to your space.

You may change the color, surface texture, gloss level, grade and cut, etc, to make these floors truly your own.

Bespoke floors are made using only the most sustainably harvested domestic American hardwoods, and are made by hand in the USA.

  • Finishing
    Surfaces & Finishes

    Bespoke floors are finished with low VOC water based based polyurethane.

    SURFACE TREATMENTS include but are not limited to:

    • Hand Scraping – *true* hand scraping
    • Distressing – dings &amp dents
    • Nail Holes – authentic and / or simulated
    • Saw Marks – radial and / or linear
    • Torching – exactly what it sounds like
    • Wire Brushing – adds grain texture
    • Metal Top Nails – non structural metal top nails at ends of planks
    • Pegs – non structural wooden pegs at ends of planks
  • Dimensions & Formats
    Dimensions & Formats

    SOLID WOOD

    • StandardThickness is 3/4″. Custom thickness upon request
    • Board widths range from 3″ – 12″ wide. Wider boards available upon request
    • Board lengths are 2′ – 10′ random lengths. Longer lengths available upon request

    ENGINEERED WOOD

    • Standard Thickness is 3/4″ or 5/8”, custom thickness upon request
    • Board widths range from 3″ – 12″ wide, wider boards available upon request
    • Board lengths are 2′ – 10′ random lengths, longer length groupings available upon request
    • 5/8″ thick engineered planks have a 4.5 mm hardwood top layer
    • 3/4″ thick engineered planks are available with either a 4mm or 6.5mm hardwood top layer
  • Installation Methods
    Installation Methods

    Installation methods vary greatly depending on site conditions, but here are some general guidelines:

    • SOLID WOOD is typically nailed, or nailed and glued, to a plywood subfloor.
    • Engineered wood is most commonly glued down to concrete subfloors. An additional soundproofing or moisture blocking barrier is often included in this type of installation.
    • Engineered floors are also usually the best choice for gluing down over radiant heat installations.
    • In either format, when planks are particularly wide, gluing and nailing is always good practice if possible.