Yellow Birch Hardwood flooring
Yellow Birch is a species with a close, straight grain that gives it a relatively even texture. Its boards sometimes have a curly or wavy look. Even when exposed to intense light, Yellow Birch has the advantage of showing minimal color variation. To maintain the wood's elegance for many years, Mirage applies a UV protector at the finishing stage.
Yellow Birch is a creamy yellow or pale white: its heartwood is reddish-brown with red highlights.
Yellow Birch: For décor that inspires elegance!
Yellow Birch grows primarily in Quebec, the northeastern United States, and the Great Lakes region. It can reach a height of 70 ft. (21 m) and a diameter of 2 ft. (0.6 m).
Marks, scratches, or imperfections are more visible on Yellow Birch because of its close, even grain and pale color. The coarser grain of oak and ash hides marks better. A matte finish will help make marks less noticeable.
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