Carlisle Collections are twelve new collections from New Hampshire-based Carlisle Wide Plank Floors that represent the best of the brand's 48 years of innovation, tradition, and leadership in luxury flooring design. Offering an extensive array of design choices, Carlisle Collections give clients the ability to express their personal style in a wide variety of wood types, vibrant hues, and handcrafted textures, with each collection telling a unique story.
Carlisle selects only the best, most mature trees for its wide plank floors. As a matter of principle and economics, the company won’t deal with anyone who engages in clear-cutting – it produces inferior boards, plus it eliminates opportunities for trees to mature and develop the high quality heartwood that Carlisle demands for its floors. Instead, Carlisle deals with a select number of small sawmills who share its values.
The collections also offer a broad range of price points starting at $8.99 per square foot.
The twelve new collections range from the Traditional collection of White Oak hardwood floors in a range of classic hues to Chalet, a series of Hickory hardwood floors inspired by the casual elegance of a mountain retreat - and Studio, a collection of engineered floors designed for small spaces and urban living. While most are prefinished, Carlisle Collections also include the Nature's Best collection of unfinished flooring, which showcases the inherent beauty of the wood and its natural grain patterns. All Carlisle floors are made in America by the company's artisan craftsmen, who have over 200 years of combined woodworking experience and use only the finest, center-cut wood.
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors is the iconic wide plank floor company. We bring legendary interiors to life by creating the widest, longest center-cut plank floors available in the world. Our SlowCraft™ approach creates a visually arresting floor that is unmistakably Carlisle. Headquartered in Stoddard, New Hampshire, Carlisle also has showrooms in Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Boston, and Toronto. For further information, visit www.wideplankflooring.com.