Species


9 different wood species to create décors that really shine

Learn more about the origin, characteristics, and hardness of Mirage wood species, and most importantly, the look they bring to the rooms you design. Discover a host of useful information to help you pick personalized décors that provide years of satisfaction.

Domestic and exotic species — which ones will you choose to create the perfect ambiance in your projects?

Mirage floors are in compliance with the Lacey Act, which protects against illegal forest practices.

*The Janka hardness test measures the force required to embed a 0.444 inch steel ball into wood. This test is also used to determine the degree of difficulty in sawing and nailing. Red Oak is the reference species for comparing wood hardness.

**This is the average hardness of the species (data based on NWFA). However, since wood is a natural and living material, variations in hardness can be observed.

becomes

Foxwood Flooring will be transitioning with our sister brand Mirage Hardwood Floors.

You will be able to add to your existing Foxwood floor, or choose from the much expanded Mirage Hardwood Floors collection.

Rest assured that you will continue to have the same quality and service that the Foxwood brand was known for.