Lyptus floor contemporary wood flooring
 

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tisayko wrote:
what is the color of this lyptus floor? - what is the color of this lyptus floor?
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Weyerhaeuser Lyptus Hardwood
This is a project we are familiar with. The Lyptus flooring in this photo has a clear finish. On our website, it's referred to as Natural: http://www.lyptus.com/homeowners/products/color-choices/

Good suggestion, Paul.
March 29, 2012 at 2:01pm   
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mvtuig
We have Lyptus flooring throughout our entire house for thw past ten years. I cannot say enough about how ideal it had been. The photo looks very accurate colorwise to me. It does darken a bit with age like cherry would.
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who makes the chairs
   Comment   September 1, 2011

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Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot

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Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus (from eucalyptus) may be a great option...
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Lyptus floor - $10.00 » Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser.
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Lyptus floor - $10.00 » Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus wood. Never heard of it but it's harder than oak and apparently much more affordable (in terms of cost of growing, harvesting, etc.) for people other than the end consumer presently. I wonder how it holds a stain.
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Flooring: Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus.
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Lyptus floor - $10.00 [ Link ] Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus, made by Weyerhauser
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lyptus seems to be a great alternative at $5 - $10 / sf (significantly harder than oak means way less damage)
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Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus floor - $10.00 [ Link ] Lyptus hardwood floor - $10 Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus floor - $10.00 [ Link ] Lyptus is a eucalyptus hybrid developed by the Brazilian corporation Fibria. It's grown on sustainably-managed plantations and distributed in North America by Weyerhauser. It's a beautiful wood with a fibrous grain pattern similar to mahogany. Unlike mahogany however, it can be harvested after 15 years of growth. It's significantly harder than oak and is easy to mill and finish. Lyptus is available all over the world and is increasing its market share every year. If sustainability is one of the things you're looking for in a flooring material, consider Lyptus. Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot
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Lyptus Pros: Gives the feel of mahogany at a lower price Cons: Tends to draw attention to itself Suggested uses: Living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, hallways, stair treads Price range: $5 to $10 a square foot

Lyptus floor

Lyptus is a sustainably harvested, farmed, tropical hardwood. It's available with increasing frequency all around the world.

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