Brazilian cherry has a color that ranges from a dark red to a lighter salmon color and a bold, open grain similar to oak. As a solid hardwood, this product consists of a single piece of wood constructed entirely from the Brazilian cherry species. A protective coating and stain have not been applied to this product, so it must be finished on site.
Installing hardwood floors is a fairly straightforward process for those who have DIY experience. To ensure you do everything properly, take a look at our DIY steps. We strongly encourage you to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines.
As a clear grade product, this product has few color variations, the board lengths are not widely varied, and there are little to no visible knots or pinholes. Clear is considered the highest quality hardwood grade.
As a select grade, this Brazilian cherry wood shows balanced color variations produced by differences of natural heartwood and sapwood.
As a rustic grade product, this hardwood allows for numerous sizes and numbers of knots. Made from a portion of heartwood, there will be color variation and sapwood.