Ideas for repurposing oak flooring
A few years before my grandfather passed, he removed his oak flooring and gave me some of it. He cut it all to irregular lengths between 12" and 16". It was original to the house he built almost 60 years ago. It's all oak and most of it's in decent shape. It still has the stain and varnish. I have no idea why he did any of this. I have hundreds of these boards. I've made a few picture frames, a few decorative trays that show off the tongue and groove, and I'm building a coffee table top from it. So far, these have kept the original look because it has sentimental value.
I'm looking for other ideas to repurpose this wood with or without the stain and tongue and groove. It's a lot of 60 year old oak.