The Vintage brand Churchill Hardwood Flooring Collection by Anderson floors brings a little bit of classic style and timeless class that America hasn’t seen since the construction of the Mayflower. Sure, we do modern and uber modern styles better than anyone, but we are still a new country when you consider the rest of the world, so our “old” is Europe’s brand-spanking new. We can’t be good at everything: we get American football and Hollywood films, but for classy, classic hardwood floors, Vintage brand Churchill Hardwood has got us pinned. These hardwood maple planks are thicker than the stuffed French toast at IHOP, and the unique texture of this 6.25 inch beast of a maple plank is inspired by the soothing rhythmic linear patterns we all see and are inspired by in nature. We’ve been too busy trying to conquer the Wild West to get this deep into hardwoods, but Anderson knows that the linear hatching of lines create value and depth that linoleum and ceramic could never come close to reaching. Churchill Hardwood’s characteristic embellishment of black and white-filled colors magnifies these naturally occurring lines in a way that gives them the kind of distinction that you’ve only ever seen on late-night BBC British comedies. Even if your house doesn’t have a sitting room, a drawing room, and a library, you could still have a grand and refined little nest once you’ve laid a little Churchill down. It may not smell like leather bound books, but it’ll gain you oodles of brownie points with the neighborhood watch – and any rogue in-laws that show up unannounced. If they’re not impressed by the six inches of raw maple and timeless finishes, tell them the name of the color. Each plank shade is named for a classic English neighborhood: from Hyde Park to Highgrove and Chartwell to Downing Street.