Maple flooring is strong and durable, with a clean, understated graining and even coloring that creates an elegant canvas.
Maple hardwood floors bring warmth, natural beauty and a timeless style to your home. Fine, straight grain and smooth, clean lines open up the visual space of a room. Homeowners often like light maple hardwood flooring because it complements a wide range of design styles from modern to traditional to rustic, and makes smaller rooms seem larger and more spacious. Maple floors also typically complement most wood cabinetry. Colors range from the creamy white and bright yellow-tan of the sapwood to light reddish-brown and darker gray-brown of the heartwood.
The natural color and appearance of Maple wood flooring depends on where the lumber is cut on the tree. The outer wood of the trunk, also known as "sapwood," can be creamy white in color or a bright yellow-tan, while wood at the center of the trunk, the "heartwood," can be a light reddish-brown or a darker gray-brown. No matter what part of the tree is used, Maple is very durable, with excellent resistance to scratches and indentations.
Strong, durable and resistant to wear and tear, Maple performs beautifully in any room that gets a lot of living. Like most natural wood floors, it can add value to a home — and since it's an extremely durable species, it can last for generations with proper care.
Prime Harvest Maple Solid - Canyon Gray | APM2408