Eastern White Pine

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Eastern White Pine Plank Flooring

Here at our family-run mill in Brattleboro, Vermont, working with eastern white pine is like cheering for the Red Sox. They’re both New England favorites with deep roots and a long history underfoot. For more than 250 years, eastern white pine has been the flooring of choice in this region.

Eastern white pine’s humble charm is perfect for a casual home. The species’ slow growth results in a tight, smooth, inconspicuous grain pattern with occasional large knots. Its color typically falls somewhere between pale yellowish tan to light reddish-brown. These attributes provide an earthy quality to any space it inhabits.

eastern white pine plank flooring - vermont plank

Order custom-milled Eastern White Pine Flooring in one of three ways:

Natural Leaf - Unfinished Flooring


Unfinished planks require light sanding after installation to knock sharp edges and prepare the floor for the onsite finish application. From $10 - $14/SF

Snapping Hand - Finish Ready

Finish Ready

Avoid sanding onsite by ordering unfinished planks Finish Ready: knots filled, pre-sanded, with optional micro-bevel. Unfinished price + $2/SF

Color Palette - Prefinished Flooring


Prefinished planks are milled with a slight bevel, and are sanded, sealed, and top coated with the prefinish on your signed control sample. Starting at unfinished price + $6/SF


Vermont Plank Flooring can supply your custom-milled Eastern White Pine floor unfinished, to be finished on-site after installation - or we can prefinish it for you. Browse popular EWP finish options below.
Eastern white pine at its purest, Chelsea has a clear, matte-sheen finish to showcase the wood’s whites, reds, and hints of brown.
This classic finish uses a ''Pecan'' stain to create a rich, historic look. Over time, its honey tones will accentuate and deepen.
Versions of this traditional tung oil finish have been used on white pine for centuries. Its satin sheen gives the wood a golden finish, the likes of which you’ll see on floors, ceilings, and walls around Vermont.
Ascutney’s is rich in honey brown tones with a satin sheen, and evokes the aesthetic of our area’s rustic cabins.
Often referred to as “pumpkin pine” because of its pumpkin-colored undertones, Cold Hollow has a rich, satin sheen.
If you’re looking for a contemporary take on a historic wood, Haystack’s crisp, white-washed finish is the one for you. Its low sheen makes any space light and airy.

Style of cut
Solid / Engineered

Eastern white pine’s versatility allows it to blend harmoniously with both traditional and contemporary motifs. The patina it develops over time adds to its allure, providing a soft and welcoming sense of comfort.

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Would you like a wide Eastern White Pine floor in your home?

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