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Walls, Windows & Floors: Arrigoni Woods

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Walls, Windows & Floors: Arrigoni Woods

Sarah Lonsdale July 14, 2010

Based in Vail, Colorado, Arrigoni Woods specializes in wide-plank European wood flooring, both recycled and engineered. Arrigoni's wood—mostly oak, ash, larch, and elm—comes from old-growth Western European forests that are sustainably managed; the company's engineered wood (which has the look and feel of real wood) features a trio of layered engineered planks, with a middle layer of transversely laid vertical grain spruce, providing a solid core. This makes the wood firmer and translates to 80 percent less warping than traditional wood. For information, contact Arrigoni Woods.

Above: A Belgian restaurant interior featuring an Arrigoni engineered floor in gray with an oil finish.

Above: Arrigoni spruce flooring.

Above: Arrigoni exterior siding.

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