Hardwood Floor using 2×4 slivers

Now here’s an interesting idea. More durable than traditional wood floor. We spotted this lovely floor at Cartolina, a Candian design house that creates and sells paper products and other sundries, featuring quirky vintage designs that are easy to love. When the folks at Cartolina decided to make an expansion to the studio, they chose to use end grain block flooring, a style commonly used on factory floors in the 19th century.

 

 

Use a heavy bed of Bostic Best adhesive, 25 feet per gallon to act as moisture barrier and glue.

(Image credit: Cartolina)

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14 Responses to “Hardwood Floor using 2×4 slivers”

  1. michelle says:

    I am curious to know how the 2×4 sliver flooring was finished

  2. Bessie says:

    I like it! What do you use inberween the blocks? In the seams? Thanks!

  3. Twig says:

    “they chose to use end grain block flooring, a style commonly used on factory floors in the 19th century.”

    Exquisite and smart.

  4. Brenda Hines says:

    Love the look for my kitchen floor it looks great, more than great speechless.

  5. Phyllis says:

    What kind of finish was used?

  6. Jacquelyn Raila says:

    Do you use grout in between the wood?

  7. Maria eichhorn says:

    How do you install this end block type of floor?

  8. Judy says:

    I really like the look of this floor. I am chemically sensitive, so looking for safe answers. Do you know if there are low/no VOC glues & finishes that will work well with this? Thanks much.

  9. Jean says:

    Looks more like 2×6

  10. Claudine says:

    Would like to know what was used s grout, and what.was it sealed with, also what was it glued down with. Thank you

  11. breazi says:

    do you know if this works well with radiant floor heat?

  12. Bonnie Duke says:

    How thick is each tile?

  13. Sandi says:

    Please tell me what type of medium was used for the grout/inbetween filler and what color stain and or finish was used. Thanks

  14. Nan says:

    Seriously people! I have questions just like everyone else. This obviously isn’t an inclusive article. HOWEVER, the adhesive IS mentioned in the article. Read, use your brain, and do YOUR OWN research!

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