Manomin Antique Elm reclaimed wood flooring is milled from barn timbers dating from 1820 to 1880 and as such, carries some interesting features. Antique Elm wood is generally light tan to a medium reddish-brown, and has a beautiful grain pattern with a gorgeous iridescent shimmer that will give your reclaimed wood flooring a beautiful sheen. When stained a brown tone, this reclaimed wood flooring is often mistaken for walnut. One can expect wormholes, peg holes and mortise pockets to bring a uniqueness to the reclaimed wood flooring that cannot be replicated. Today, you will not find this beautiful elm wood in new wood flooring, because the elm trees were virtually destroyed by Dutch Elm disease in the 1970s. Let Antique Elm reclaimed wood flooring be the historic centerpiece of your home! Feel free to to call us directly to discuss the scope of your project or request a quote for reclaimed wood flooring and we will get in touch with you.