At first glance, this floor looks like it’s made from rustic hardwoods. In reality, it’s concrete that has been refinished and stamped to achieve this texture and finish. Unlike hardwoods, decorative concrete stamped to look like wood doesn’t involve cutting down any trees, and is significantly less expensive.
That's Kim of Sand and Sisal using a pneumatic nail gun (rented from The Home Depot!) to install hardwood flooring. She has a full how-to on her blog, with handy tips and videos to show how she installed the flooring. || @sandandsisal
Distressed bamboo is a top pick this fall! Would you use this vintage-inspired style? See more about distressed floors: http://www.lumberliquidators.com/blog/distressed-for-success-2015-fall-flooring-trends/