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Hardwood Flooring Species
Wood Image Common Name Janka Origin Description / Color
Cameron
1940
North America
Cameron features fine uniform texture and an irregular interlocked grain.
Carbonized Bamboo
1180
Asia
Bamboo (Carbonized) is very durable, has a very straight grain, and is smooth in texture.
Caribbean Cherry
2700
North America
Cherry (Caribbean) is a very dense wood with a coarse texture, low to medium luster, and a straight to irregular interlocked grain.
Caribbean Rosewood
2300
North America
Rosewood (Caribbean) is known for its unique beauty highlighted by exotic coloring and fine graining.
Caribbean Walnut
1400
North America
Walnut (Caribbean) has medium-textured features and is known for its variegated brown coloring, sometimes with faint striping.
Cedar
900
North America
Cedar has a linear grain with tight knots, it has a fine-grained texture with a satin luster.
Chestnut
540
North America
Chestnut has a coarse texture and features a straight or sometimes spiraled grain.
Chilean Cherry
990
South America
Cherry (Chilean) shows a fine graining and texture with an appearance similar to North American Cherry.
Coffee Bean Wood
1390
North America
Coffee Bean Wood has a straight-grained coarse texture and naturally resists decay.
Cork
0
Europe
Cork is composed of many singular air filled cells. Because of its versatility, cork offers a number of different surface options.

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