Sustainable wood flooring has always been popular in coastal areas. Goodwin recently provided 1200 square feet of 5-1/4” tongue and groove wild black cherry wood floors for the renovation of a vintage vernacular cottage (circa 1925) in Cedar Keys, Florida. The Cedar Keys are a cluster of islands in the Gulf of Mexico located just off of the northern Florida peninsula.
You can almost feel the cool breeze and hear the sound of gently rolling waves as you view these gorgeous photos. The wild black cherry wood floors were handcrafted using sustainably harvested wood that was pre-finished with Diamond 7 (a proprietary finish developed exclusively for Goodwin by Heritage Wood Finish Company.)
Our friends at the Sustainable Design Group specified Goodwin’s sustainable wood flooring for this renovation project. The wood flooring was installed by Matt Marwick of Precision Floorcrafters and the general contractor was Kenneth Edmunds of Delta Construction in Cedar Keys.
Love these photos and want to learn more? Give us a call! We will be happy to talk with you about how we can help you incorporate sustainable wood flooring into your coastal design or renovation project.
Photos courtesy of Mark J. Koper.