Rustic Hickory Flooring Information

For more information on rustic hickory flooring, check out the table below, where you'll find detailed specs for hickory lumber.


Rustic hickory includes knots, and a mixture of both heart and sap wood that is ideal for traditional interiors.

Heartwood is brown or reddish brown in color and is sold as "Red Hickory". The sapwood is light in color and sold as "White Hickory". Hickory is typically straight grained, but can be wavy or irregular. Texture is somewhat coarse.
Weight averages about 51lbs per cu. ft.

Country of Origin

North America

Botanical Name

Carya Glabra

Common Names

Red Hickory, White Hickory, Mockernut Hickory, Pignut Hickory
Janka Rating 1820 (2x harder than Cherry & Cedar)

Other Uses

Sporting goods, golf club shafts, laminates for tennis racquets, bats, skis, drum sticks, striking-tool handles, hammers, picks, etc. Also used in plywood faces and veneers.

Rustic hickory has become increasingly popular in use as "distressed" hardwood flooring.
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