Brazilian Cherry Hardwood flooring
Jatoba wood has a golden luster. Its texture ranges from medium to coarse, with an interwoven grain. In its natural state, Jatoba shows very pronounced color variation when exposed to intense light.
The sapwood of Jatoba may be white, gray, or pink. The heartwood ranges from salmon to orange-brown when freshly cut. With age, it turns a rusty brown and is often marked with dark stripes.
Jatoba shows full, rich color through the entire thickness of the wood, which helps to hide wear marks.
Jatoba: An evocative look that leaves a lasting impression!
Jatoba can be found in southern Mexico, throughout Central America, and as far south as northern Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. It grows best on the crests and sides of mountains or on high riverbanks. Jatoba can attain a height of 130 ft. (40 m) and a diameter of 4 ft. (1.2 m). The trunk is well formed, often smooth for 40 to 80 ft. (12.2 to 24.4 m).
Matte finish on a character grade
Variations, knots, cracks and other natural characteristics for an authentic appearance
Textured floors designed to hide the marks and scuffs of daily life
Trendy colors on a smooth surface
A lightly brushed look
All the natural richness of wood
Stunning wood from around the world
Style with symmetrical patterns