The words “vintage” and “distressed” are often thrown around when discussing wood floors, but more often than not these terms are used to describe new wood that someone had made to look old. At The Vintage Wood Floor Company, our floors are the real thing! Flooring that has real character and a real history. Our products are authentically distressed by time and Mother Nature, not chemicals or a worker in some warehouse.
We begin by finding the finest and most unique antique reclaimed materials on Earth. We look in Europe, we look in the mid-West, and we look in the old Amish towns in Pennsylvania. We check every source for authenticity and quality.
When we receive each product, we sort through every board and make sure it speaks of its origin and is able to withstand another century or two of wear. All our wood floors are meticulously inspected, kiln dried, and then milled to exacting standards.
Our decision to only produce a limited number of floors each year allows us to focus on each project as if it was our only project. We hand-scrape the boards’ edges and we care for each board individually. We have a complete attention to detail in order to take each unique piece of history and create a truly one-of-a-kind floor that imparts a sense of warmth and character. The result is a work of art and an antique floor that brings a past time to the modern world.
Besides our beautiful products, we are known for our customer service and quality. Our owners are a husband and wife team that pride themselves on their personal relationships with their customers and their uncompromising quality.
Their standards are simple: "If we wouldn't put it in our home, it's not going into our customers home." It is this business philosophy that has made The Vintage Wood Flooring Company known for old-fashioned customer service and quality.
For Southern Californians, the Vintage Wood Floor Company is also local. We have a beautiful show room in the heart of Orange County, Costa Mesa, which is an easy drive from Los Angeles, San Diego, and nearby counties.
Our showroom has large enough samples of our floors and beams to make a proper selection. Unlike "new wood", antique reclaimed material can vary greatly from board to board so it is important to see a large sample prior to making a purchase to ensure that what is installed is exactly what you are expecting.