Known for its abundant Salmon population within Ketchikan Creek, Ketchikan, Alaska was founded as a fishing village and has since flourished with its native arts scene. Due to its location within the Tongass National Forest, natives are able to harvest red cedar logs for totem poles which is why this floor received its name. Paying tribute to the intricately carved brown red cedar logs is this smooth red oak 5” engineered floor with rich brown hues reminiscent of the native arts culture in Ketchikan, Alaska.
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