Hayden Island has gone by many names since its discovery in 1792, once even called “Image Canoe Island” by none other than Lewis and Clark themselves. Just north of downtown Portland, in the middle of the Columbia River, the island’s beaches are a popular summertime spot, and were our inspiration when searching for what to call this wonderfully sandy, sun-tanned wood floor.
At Allwood, we embrace the beauty and variation created by nature. Every plank is unique, which is one of the things we love about what we do. However, while every sample is created directly from production, and and every photo is color corrected as closely as we can, it is not possible to display all variations in color and character you may find in your floor. That’s why it important to approve the actual flooring before final installation, not just a small sample.