Monday, October 17, 2011

Fantastic Floor Presents: Patagonian Rosewood

Also known as Curupau, Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring originates in the forests of Paraguay. It has quickly become one of the most sought-after hardwood flooring materials in the country. Why? We thought you'd never ask.
One of the best features Patagonian Rosewood or Curupau hardwood flooring possess is its versatility. This material has shades of pink, yellow, burgundy, and brown, and occasional black streaking. This creates a pleasant contrast of shades that makes the flooring complementary to almost any home decor or color scheme. In addition to the wood's shades and streaking, the species' crossed grain pattern also matches nicely with many design schemes.
But Patagonian Rosewood hardwood flooring isn't just another pretty face. It is also incredibly durable. It has a Janka hardness rating of 3,850 pounds and a density of 1,020 (KG/m3), making it naturally resilient against wear-and-tear, impacts, fungus, and wood-boring insects.

This beautiful Patagonian hardwood floor is just one of the many
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Visit Fantastic Floor to learn more about Patagonian Rosewood/Curupau hardwood flooring.

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