Last but not least is the Carlton Topanga hardwood collection. Known for rich hippies who play guitar, wildfires, and Charles Manson (actually we should all probably forget about that last one), the Topanga collection is as eclectic as the neighborhood itself, tucked away deep in the twisting canyons of the western Santa Monica Mountains caught in some strange vortex between the beach and the desert to the north. From light natural shades to dark, mysterious hues, the Topanga collection has something to offer just about everyone. These maple selections range from the natural, lightly colored Sea Breeze to the dark, rustic Chart House option, all of which come in standard 5" hardwood planks that look stunning in both vintage, shady hideouts and expansive mountain estates. Whether you have a mansion or an illegally operating poker shack, Topanga will surely fit your needs.
One of our favorite shades is the Colony selection, rich with charcoal brown hues that combine rustic and dignified sensibilities. Rustic certainly doesn't have to mean decrepit, so if you're the kind of person who likes a stripped-down aesthetic accompanied by electricity, running water, and a legitimate hardwood floor, Colony is an excellent choice. The Sand and Trancas collections are a bit more well rounded, showcasing intermediate browns and natural grains. Don't pass up this opportunity to bring the wild allure of Topanga to your home; the Santa Ana winds are calling.