We've updated your selection
    Bruce   American Originals Barista Brown Red Oak 3/4 in. Thick x 3-1/4 in. Wide Solid x Varied L Hardwood Floor(22 sq.ft./case)
    Set your store for local inventory & pick up options.
     
    (28)
    Color: Barista Brown
    • Description
      • Get It Installed - Call 855-978-2910
      Model
      SHD3277
      Internet/Catalog:
      204468695
      Store SKU:
      1000019505

      With the American Originals Barista Brown Oak 3/4 in. x 3-1/4 in. Solid Hardwood Flooring, you can enjoy the natural beauty of oak’s rich robust grain characteristics throughout your home. The strips have micro edges and square ends for a classic linear look. It has DuraShield finish for durability and beauty.

      • Wood Species: Real Domestic Oak Hardwood
      • 3/4 in. Thickness x 3-1/4 in. Width x Varying Length Planks
      • Coordinate with trim and moldings made for 3/4 in. hardwood flooring
      • 22 sq. ft. per case. Case weight: 60 lb.
      • Construction: Solid Hardwood Flooring
      • Prefinished Barista Brown Color High Gloss, Traditional Finish
      • Planks have micro edges and square ends
      • Janka wood hardness rating/resistance to denting: 1290
      • Appropriate Grade for Installation: On Grade or Above Grade
      • Installation: Nail down
      • Residential use
      • Lifetime residential finish warranty
      • Don't forget your coordinating trim and moldings
      • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
      • It is recommended to purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for cuts
      Info & Guides
    • Specifications
      Board Form :
      Plank
      Color :
      Barista Brown
      Color Family :
      Brown
      Commercial / Residential :
      Residential
      Finish Type :
      Prefinished
      Flooring Product Type :
      Solid Wood Board
      Gloss :
      High Gloss
      Hardwood Flooring Style :
      Traditional
      Installable over Cork Underlayment :
      No
      Installation Location :
      Above Grade/Wood Subfloor
      Installation Type :
      Nail
      Product Length (in.) :
      84
      Product Thickness (in.) :
      .75 in
      Product Weight (lb.) :
      62
      Product Width (in.) :
      3.25
      Returnable :
      90-Day
      Square Feet per Box (sq.ft.) :
      22
      Thickness :
      .75
    • Reviews
      (28)

      Ratings & Reviews

      92% of customers recommend this product
      4.3
      Out of 5:
      5
      [18]
      4
      [6]
      3
      [1]
      2
      [1]
      1
      [2]
      QUALITY:
      VALUE:
      3.9
      4.0
      Customer Images (9)
      • Poorly Milled
      • April 09, 2014

      I installed around 1,100 square feet of this flooring into our dining room, living room, kitchen, a sitting area, two halls, and two bedrooms. We wanted a wood floor that was dark, but not too dark as very dark floors, as per numerous reviews, are very hard to keep looking clean. We came across this on an end-cap at Home Depot. We liked that the tone is a bit more “cool” than warm (or reddish). The color of this is Brown Earth or Saddle (it goes under both names). I will say that now that it is complete, the finished floor looks very nice, and I get a lot of compliments on it; however….there are two big issues with this product: 1. It fairly easily scratches and dents. Our dog was scratching the floor badly. My wife (bless her) found a product (Soft Paws) where she glues these rubbery covers on her nails, and they work well. With that said, this floor scratches easily with all kinds of stuff. Perhaps in the long run it’ll just look acceptable and weathered/worn. This to be determined. Maybe this is just the deal with hardwood floor. I will say I’m disappointed that the coating isn’t more scratch-resistant (not just the wood). 2. This is the big one. This floor is very, very, very poorly milled. The tongues and grooves are not tight or consistent. The quality control is just flat embarrassing. So our finished floor has a number (a couple of dozen) of very bad creaks and squeaks in the floor… Take a look at the picture below. These are the “cast off” pieces for just a single 12 ft x 11 ft bedroom. Even tossing out this many pieces of poorly milled/inspected pieces, I still have 2 bad creaks/squeaks in that room. It’s a joke. I find it very disappointing. Frankly I’m at a loss as to how to fix all these creaks and squeaks. These are NOT subfloor related. These are situations where a single board has a creak. Some people will blame this on me and on my installation. I really have to dispute this. I’m an experienced woodworker of 15 years. I’ve redone a kitchen, done plumbing, electric, drywall, put in tiled floors, laminate floors…all without issue. If you look at my floor, the direction is straight as an arrow. Down a 35-foot hall...dead on. 15 feet to one wall….parallel to wall. 25 feet out to other wall…parallel within ¼”. I put in integrated floor grates (see picture) that I stained and polyed myself. The base and shoe are cut, caulked, and painted very nicely. As part of this flooring, I for all intents and purposes I did over 50% of a kitchen remodel as all base cabinets and electric and plumbing and gas and cabinets were taken out and put back. All of my transitions look great….to carpet, to tile, around two fireplaces, to a stairway. In other words, I have very good DIY and woodworking skills. I just don’t buy that this is my fault. I can’t imagine this not happening even had I paid to have it installed. So, what was my alternative here? Did I inspect each piece before laying it? Yes I did. This flooring is poorly milled. Period. This is NOT due to the normal cupping, bending, and movement of wood. I get that. Those things cannot by avoided. This is something different. Just sloppy tongues and/or grooves. The killer is there’s really no way to always know this unless you go over every single piece with a caliper? What is that? What kind of product do you have to verify so closely because the quality is so poor and the size varies so much? Anyhow, I’m very disappointed. Would I buy this floor again? NO. I would not. I wish I would of gone with something engineered and more consistent. I guess the question now is, can I salvage this? Can I fix the creaks and squeaks without making it worse? I hope this was helpful. If you do install this floor, I would be very, very, very careful to make certain to inspect all pieces to probably a ridiculous level.

      Pros Feels Like Wood, Looks Like Wood Cons Scratches Easily, poorly milled, dents easily

      Video & Photo

      • DIY

      Steve

      St. Charles, Mo
      35 to 44, Male
      11 out of 11 people found this helpful
      more details...
      By: Steve
    • Shipping & Delivery Options

      Shipping options for [zipcode] (change)

      Arrival dates and shipping costs shown above are estimates.See exact dates and costs and select your preferred shipping option during checkout.


      EXPRESS DELIVERY FROM STORE:

      Express Delivery from Store is available for items currently in stock at a The Home Depot store within a delivery ZIP code. A driver from a local store will deliver the item(s).


      Outside Delivery:  Service includes delivery to area outside the house which is accessible by delivery equipment.


      Threshold Delivery: Service includes delivery across your first doorway or threshold (ie. garage, backyard, deck, first room of the home).


    This item cannot be shipped to the following state(s): AK,GU,HI,PR,VI

    Find More Solid Hardwood TAP TO FILTER
    ...
    Unavailable Combination
    If you continue, we will find the best match based on your selection

    Bruce American Originals Barista Brown Red Oak 3/4 in. Thick x 3-1/4 in. Wide Solid x Varied L Hardwood Floor(22 sq.ft./case)
    ...

    • Barista Brown
    • Brick Kiln
    • Brown Earth
    • Coastal Gray
    • Copper Dark
    • Copper Light
    • Deep Russet
    • Flint
    • Ginger Snap
    • Natural
    • Spice Tan
    • Sugar White
    • Tinted Tea