What Is Exotic Flooring?

Exotic hardwood defines products that are sourced from regions outside of North America.  Exotic species are known for their extreme hardness and natural beauty.  The majority of the exotic species in our collection are in their natural color offering a depth in the species that cannot be replicated in a stained hardwood.  All of our exotic product are sourced from responsible suppliers and meet all Lacey Act requirements.  Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries a wide selection of exotic wood flooring in our showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Amendoim

Amendoim is lighter in color than most of the other South American hardwoods. It features warm tan to brown colors accented by golden and pinkish hues that darken over time. The swirling grain patters are highlighted with small burls that help give it a unique appearance.

A durable hardwood, Amendoim flooring will stand up to traffic in both residential and commercial locations.  Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Amendoim wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Brazilian Cherry

Known for its hardness and unique grain pattern, Brazilian Cherry is one of the most popular exotic flooring species in the world. It is a highly photosensitive species that will darken from a tan-salmon color to a more uniform deep, reddish brown over time.

The distinctive look and durability of Brazilian cherry make it the fashionable choice for high traffic areas in both residential and commercial locations.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Brazilian Cherry wood flooring in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Brazilian Chestnut

Brazilian Chestnut is one of the hardest and most durable woods used in flooring. It features varied colors ranging from light brown to chocolate tones that are accentuated with exquisite graining.

These inviting and durable floors bring out the warmth and beauty in both residential and commercial settings.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Brazilian Chestnut wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

Style: "Elof_vignette"
Brazilian Teak

Brazilian Teak, also known as Cumaru, is an extremely hard and dense wood with colors ranging from light to dark brown. Known for its interlocking grain patterns and varied colors, the floor settles into a warm and relaxing tone that creates a unique look in every application.

The extreme hardness makes it ideal for both residential and commercial applications.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Brazilian Teak wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Brazilian Walnut

Also known as Ipe, Brazilian Walnut features Dark, varied colors ranging from brown to dark brown with reddish overtones. Graining can be swirling and linear with eye catching swoops that highlight the boards.

The extreme hardness of Ipe makes it ideal for both residential and commercial applications.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Brazilian Walnut wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Kempas

Kempas hardwood flooring is a beautiful hardwood with tremendous color variation to bring multiple color schemes together.  Made from a natural plantation
resources, Kempas is a renewable and recycleable product.  Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Kempas wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Santos Mahogany

Brazilian Teak, also known as Cumaru, is an extremely hard and dense wood with colors ranging from light to dark brown. Known for its interlocking grain patterns and varied colors, the floor settles into a warm and relaxing tone that creates a unique look in every application.

The extreme hardness makes it ideal for both residential and commercial applications.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Brazilian Teak wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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Rosewood

Tiete Rosewood features varied colors ranging from pale salmon pinks to darker reds that will darken slightly with exposure to light. The warmth and glow of this rich wood is highlighted by the occasional dark stripe and intricate swirling grain.

It’s high density and hardness resist denting make Tiete Rosewood perfect for both residential and commercial applications.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Tiete Rosewood wood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

Style: "Elof_vignette"
Tigerwood

When first installed, Tigerwood exhibits light tan and brown colors that are highlighted with dark striping that ranges from fine to bold. It is a photosensitive species, and the colors will develop a orange hue overtime creating a more uniform, subdued look.

Since Tigerwood is harder than domestic species, it is a good choice for both residential and commercial applications.

Boardwalk Hardwood Floors carries samples of Tigerwood flooing in our St. Louis area showrooms in Manchester, Crestwood and St. Peters, MO.

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