Brazilian Koa flooring, (sometimes known as Tigerwood or Goncalo Alves,) is native to the jungles of South America, (including Uruguay, Brazil, and Paraguay.) Growing to between 75-120 feet, the trunk diameter can be up to five feet across. Brazilian Koa is generally used to create high class furniture and veneers, and is sometimes used for building decks. Nowadays it is often used to create a super quality hardwood floor primarily because of the striking appearance. It has a rich and mottled reddish-brown color, inter-woven with dark brown streaks. You can finish this stunning floor with the addition of a high-shine natural polish, which will give you the appearance of a mosaic of stunningly contrasting colors which sits exceptionally well with a modern design room. And to create an even more exceptional look, you will be pleased to learn that the colors in Brazilian Koa can darken due to sunlight exposure, which creates an almost ‘weathered’ look over time which is utterly charming. Brazilian Koa flooring will give you an extremely durable and long-lasting floor option and one which will last for many years to come as it is super hard-wearing. This is a floor you will be glad you invested in!
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