Making hardwood floors out of Knotty Pine panels?

My dining room and hall have really nice knotty pine panels. Problem is, I don't prefer that look in those spaces. I have carpet in both rooms which I would love to replace with wood or wood laminate, especially due to my allergies and the ease in cleaning. Now I'm wondering if I took the panels down and replaced them with sheet rock (instead of painting them), if it would be possible to use those wood panels for flooring?
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This is my dining room area. As you can tell, the walls are knotty pine.
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  • @Libby @ Artistic Expressions by Elisabeth ..The boyfriend does flooring of all types, except carpet. He said if it is tongue and groove , yes you can use it for what you wish to do. If it is not, you cannot use it . I hope this helps.

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    • @Libby @ Artistic Expressions by Elisabeth ...Oh, good . :) I am glad you understand what hes referring to. you're so welcome, please dont hesitate to ask if can be of further help. Make it a fabulous, faithful Friday !

  • Shell Stuart Shell Stuart on Feb 13, 2015
    I did this with a breakfast bar that we created and made in a rental house. Additional description listed in the pictures.

  • Valerie W Valerie W on Nov 25, 2015
    Pine is a soft wood and is easily dented and scratched. Not used as hardwood, but you could certainly seal it with a hard finish.