The Woodland Relics hardwood collection from Armstrong blends rustic visuals with modern sensibilities to create one of the most beautiful hardwood flooring lines available on the market. High color variation between planks, impressive streaking patterns, hand-scraped surfaces, and micro-beveled edges come together to make a bold fashion statement in anywhere Woodland Relics is installed. Nothing quite matches the natural beauty of bona fide real hardwood floors, and this engineered wood floor is backed by a lifetime residential warranty, so you can rest assured that you'll be able to enjoy the comfort of these planks for decades. Made with real hickory, birch, and oak, Woodland Relics comes in random lengths and multi-width planks that provide unbelievable visual patterns. Unlike solid wood, engineered wood flooring is less prone to buckling and fluctuations in humidity, which makes it a great option for basement remodels and installations in homes with split-level floor plans, as Woodland Relics can be used at, above, or below grade. You can opt for a traditional glue-down or staple installation or go with an easier floating method, meaning that the wood planks are only attached to each other and not the subfloor to speed up installation time.
Armstrong Woodland Relics, in spite of its striking visual diversity, embraces simplicity by offering five classic yet distinct color choices. Our favorite is most definitely Industrial Tones
as it has the highest color variation between planks out of all the design options Woodland Relics has to offer. Whether you're in a loft high above the city or a humble bungalow near the beach, Industrial Tones complements modern style with tinges of rustic undertones. For something a little more traditional, we recommend the Vintage Revival
option, replete with deep reds intermixed with intermediate brown tones. The lightest color style is Sand Sky
ideal for rooms with high vaulted ceilings, open floor plans, and panoramic windows to draw in a high amount of natural light from the outside. The darker browns of Storied Farmside
and Olde Woods
perfectly showcase the wire-brushed finish of these planks, making these options and excellent choice for more traditional interior designs.