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Plantation Hardwood Floors
Plantation Hardwood Floor - Brazilian Cherry
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Plantation Hardwood Floor - Brazilian Cherry
Brazilian Cherry with a dark stain
i am staining brazilian cherry and trying to determine stain and finish
heating systems, it is best to use an engineered construction floor for added stability. Yes, Shabana, we can make this floor for you in engineered Brazilian Cherry (jatoba).
I like the Brazilian cherry wood but maybe a lighter stain (medium)
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“Hw1” — kcdowd
Hardwoods4Less, LLC
44 Reviews
Brazilian Cherry 5" x 3/4" Solid Prefinished
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Brazilian Cherry 5" x 3/4" Solid Prefinished
The Benefits of Brazilian Cherry Hardwood Flooring in Your Home Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring is a champ when it comes to withstanding the pounding of high-traffic areas. If you're a family with children or pets, it's a great option. With a Janka Hardness Scale score of 2350, it's a durable wood
wood, one of the most durable wood species -- highly resistant to indentations. With its strength and beauty, Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring works well with any decor style, from rustic or contemporary, to modern or traditional -- and anything in between.
I am installing Brazilian Cherry hardwoods in my living room and am looking for a leather sectional to complement... can you tell me where the sectional in the picture came from ?
“Brazillian cherry flooring” — Pam Nelsen
Mosaic Architects Boulder
3 Reviews
Pine Brook Boulder Mountain Residence Living Room
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brazilian cherry or jatoba very hard flooring, twice the hardness factor of maple
durability. Brazilian cherry rates 2,350 on the Janka scale. (Remember, hard maple is 1,450.) Other woods masquerading as cherry are Patagonian cherry, Bolivian cherry and African cherry, which is also known as Makore.
durability. Brazilian cherry rates 2,350 on the Janka scale. (Remember, hard maple is 1,450.)Other woods masquerading as cherry are Patagonian cherry, Bolivian cherry and African cherry, which is also known as Makore.
Not cherry. While there are no wood types erroneously identified as alder, there are several misnamed cherries. Chief among them is Brazilian cherry, also known as Jatoba. It's an extremely popular flooring choice these days, not only because of its cherry-like color, but also because of its durability
“cerisier brezilien” — icatel
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Noel Cross+Architects
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Contemporary Tuscan
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Could you please research the wall color and the brazilian koa flooring manufacturer. Information would be very helpful and appreciated. Thank you.
Brazilian cherry flooring and color of walls
Wood - Brazilian cherry
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Brazilian Cherry Wood Floor
Floor Cherry wood...Cherry wood floors...cherry wood...cherry hardwood
“Color” — chic990
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Living Room
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What is the company's name for this brazilian cherry floor?
I have looked at many pics of brazilian floor and this one looks the best. i want to buy exact same one.
Thanks for your interest! This is Brazilian Cherry. Let me know if I can be of further assistance. Pat Manning-Hanson, ASID pmanning-hanson@gabberts.com
nice Brazilian cherry, but I like the Brazilian cherry I have with
Blue and grey work well with cherry
Navy and contemporary style with cherry
“Couch” — bobby5515
Charles Debbas Architecture
3 Reviews
Charles Debbas
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I am curious to know what type of stain you used on the brazillian cherry floors. We have the same floors and I have contemplated staining as I am getting tired of all the orange
When the stain fades, does it start to look more like brazilian cherry or a lighter brown? Thanks
making awful Brazil cherry a little better
Beech woodwork, black-stained Brazilian cherry floors and warm colors mix up the look on the interior, adding
woodwork, black-stained Brazilian cherry floors and warm colors mix up the look on the interior, adding warmth and light in unexpected places. note the steel wire barrier
Beech woodwork, black-stained Brazilian cherry floors and divided light
Beech woodwork, black-stained Brazilian cherry floors and warm colors mix up the look on the interior, adding warmth and light in unexpected places.
“color/contrast” — rainmaking
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
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The flooring is hardwood - Brazilian Cherry.
Brazilian cherry. We liked look in store too
Runner for floors Brazilian cherry flooring
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Brazilian cherry floor/light cabinetry
Brazilian cherry floor
Hardwood Brazilian Cherry
Brazilian Cherry, Hardwood Flooring
flooring- brazilian cherry
Brazilian cherry
“Flooring / counter finish” — ctjmwitt
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
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San Jose Home
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We have the same floor. Brazilian cherry.
It's not a stain that gives it the color; it's the wood. Looks like sapele, an African hardwood, or Brazilian cherry, which naturally has that color.
The floor looks like sapele, an African hardwood, or Brazilian cherry, which naturally has this color without staining.
“Brazilian Cherrywood floor” — gte59
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