Brazilian cherry wood, or Jatoba, is actually not cherry wood at all, but a legume. It appears tan or salmon in color, when unfinished.
African Mahogany is a straight, even, fine grain wood that resists wood rot and is relatively free of voids and pockets.
There’s nothing like a good ‘ol piece of hickory! Right? Hickory’s combination of strength, toughness, hardness, and stiffness is unmatched in other commercial hardwoods.
If you truly want the best of the best or have a very specific color, species, or size requirement, an engineered wood floor is the way to go!
Select red birch is really the heart wood of yellow birch. Its warm, almost cherry like luster brings special appeal and variety to an overall light-grained hardwood.
Here are several gorgeous hardwood staircases and custom railing projects completed by the skilled staff at Real Wood Floors.