Just like its name suggests, this Anderson hardwood flooring collection will turn your otherwise ordinary living space into a grand Noble Hall, as these planks showcase strong robustness, dignified sensibility, and bold visuals that capture the essence of classic, traditional style. Anderson Noble Hall's muted colors step back from extravagance and embrace simplicity, allowing this floor to be utilized in several interior motifs. Derived from the oak species, these 7" planks sport a Janka hardness rating of 1360, which indicates that Noble Hall hardwood will not soften, scrape, or buckle under normal conditions. Equipped with a 50-year warranty, you'll be able to enjoy this collection for decades without worry. Thanks to its engineered construction, these planks can be installed over radiant heating systems without causing damage to the wood, and its wire-brushed surface gives Noble Hall not only a unique texture but also intriguing visuals, as the grain patterns and natural knotting of the wood ebb and flow between each plank.
Anderson's Noble Hall hardwood is available in nine colors with medium shade variation. The Baroness option pairs well with both traditional and modern décor, working best with black leather furniture and off-white accents on the walls for sharp color contrasts, as these planks sport a solid medium-to-dark grey finish. For something lighter, we recommend the light beiges and peach blends of Countess, a wonderful choice for those who love drawing in natural light rather than dampening it. Regency is a midtone brown with considerably more color variation between planks than the other options, so you'll get aesthetically pleasing visuals from your floor without having it look to busy. Monarch is similar in style, but subtler due to ashen grey undertones. For a slightly more rustic look, try out the Duchess option, replete with dusty browns and prominent knotholes. If you feel like living dangerously, don't be afraid to mix and match planks from different options, which will increase color variation and further the design permutations available to you for your next flooring project.