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Wood Species of Engineered Wood Flooring

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Discover the exquisite beauty of our collection, featuring the timeless elegance of Oak and Walnut, the rich warmth of Teak, and the exotic allure of Doussie and Iroko.

Engineered Oak Flooring

Oak – the most popular choices for engineered wood flooring due to its durability, beautiful grain patterns, and color variations.
We offer several types of oak flooring:
White Oak engineered wood flooring

White Oak

Known for its tight grain and varying shades of brown, white oak is highly resistant to wear and has a subtle, classic appearance that suits any decor.

European Oak

Valued for its wide grain patterns and warm colors, European oak adds a touch of elegance and spaciousness to any room.

Russian Oak Engineered Wood Flooring

Russian Oak

Similar to European oak but with subtle differences in grain and color due to the unique climatic conditions it grows in. Russian oak is prized for its strength and resilience.


White Oak

European Oak

Russian Oak


North America


Light to medium browns,fine grain

Color and Grain Patterns

Light brown hues, distinctive grain

Warm,diverse hues, varying grains

High quality, unique patterns

Durability and Hardness

Very durable,Janka
hardness rating slightly higher than European Oak

Durable,slightly less hard than White Oak

Comparable to European Oak,slightly varied based on growth conditions

Moisture Resistance

High,good for humid or damp conditions

Moderate to high, depending on treatment

Moderate to high, similar to European Oak

Environmental Impact

Depends on sustainability practices of the harvest

Can be high,with FSC certification indicating sustainable practices

Similar to European Oak,sustainability depends on sourcing

American Walnut Engineered Flooring

Famous for its rich, dark color tones ranging from deep brown to purplish-black, American walnut adds a luxurious and sophisticated look to any space. It is less hard than oak but offers a unique aesthetic appeal with its smooth grain and natural luster.

Teak Engineered Flooring

Renowned for its rich colors and unique grain patterns, teak adds warmth and elegance to any space.
Here, explore the varieties of our teak wood species used in engineered flooring, including Burma Teak, Chinese Teak, and African Teak.
Burma Teak Engineered Flooring

Burma Teak

Sourced from Myanmar, Burma Teak is considered the gold standard among teak wood due to its fine grain, attractive golden-brown color, and high oil content which enhances its natural resistance qualities. It provides an air of luxury and timeless elegance to any space.

Chinese Teak Engineered Flooring

Chinese Teak

While slightly different in grain and color, Chinese Teak offers a similar level of durability and water resistance. It tends to have a lighter color palette, ranging from yellow to medium brown, making it a versatile option for various design styles.

African Teak Engineered Flooring

African Teak

African Teak, known scientifically as Milicia excelsa or "Iroko". Color-wise, African Teak ranges from a pale yellow to a richer, golden-brown, darkening over time to develop a deep, warm patina.


Burma Teak

Chinese Teak

African Teak





wood Source & Characteristics

High quality, tight grain

Variable quality, wide range in appearance

High quality, unique patterns



Medium to High



Rich, deep colors

Wide range, flexible in design

Unique, exotic look



Unique, exotic look affordable

Medium to high

Doussie Engineered Flooring

Doussie, often referred to as Afzelia, is a highly valued wood species known for its remarkable durability and stunning appearance. Originating from Africa and parts of Southeast Asia, Doussie boasts a rich, warm color palette that ranges from light golden browns to reddish or copper hues. Over time, its color deepens, adding to the floor's character and elegance.

Canadian Maple Engineered Flooring

The natural light color and fine-grain patterns evoke a sense of elegance and sophistication, enhancing any interior space. Engineered with multiple layers, Canadian Maple offers exceptional durability and stability, resisting warping and shrinking even in varying humidity levels. With easy maintenance and the timeless appeal of maple, this flooring option seamlessly combines aesthetics with functionality, offering a lasting investment in style and quality for any home or commercial setting.

Birch Engineered Flooring

The gentle, creamy tones and nuanced grain patterns of this wood evoke a calming and welcoming atmosphere, making it a delightful addition to any room. Engineered with layers for added stability, Birch flooring offers excellent durability against warping and shifting, ensuring long-lasting performance. Birch's innate ability to resist scratches and dents renders it a perfect selection for areas with heavy foot traffic. Its enduring charm and robustness render it adaptable for a wide range of uses, from residential to commercial settings.

Beech Engineered Flooring

Exuding enduring grace and strength, Beech flooring offers a timeless appeal. The rich, honey-colored tones, complemented by subtle grain patterns, infuse spaces with a feeling of warmth and refinement. Engineered with multiple layers, Beech flooring ensures remarkable stability, guarding against warping or shrinking. Its ruggedness makes it suitable for a wide range of uses, from residential to commercial settings.

Acacia Engineered Flooring

The vibrant golden tones and unique grain patterns of this material cultivate a cozy and welcoming ambiance, effortlessly enhancing any environment. Engineered with layers for added stability, Acacia flooring resists warping and shrinking, ensuring long-term performance. Acacia wood is very durable and resistant to scuffs, scratches, and dents, making it a great choice for high-traffic spaces. With its unique aesthetic and robust characteristics, Acacia engineered wood flooring is a stylish and practical choice for both residential and commercial applications.


Consider factors such as the desired aesthetic, durability, grain pattern, and color variation when choosing a wood species for your flooring. Some species may be better suited for high-traffic areas or specific design styles.
Yes, the durability of wood species varies. For example, oak and hickory are known for their hardness and resistance to wear, making them suitable for high-traffic areas, while softer woods like walnut may be better suited for low-traffic spaces.
Yes, the cost of engineered wood flooring can vary depending on the wood species used. Exotic or rare species may be more expensive than common domestic species like oak or maple.
Yes, each wood species has its unique grain pattern, texture, and color variation. Oak typically features prominent grain patterns, while maple tends to have a smoother appearance with less grain variation.
Yes, most wood species used in engineered wood flooring can be stained or finished to achieve a desired color tone. However, some species may take stains differently, so it’s essential to test samples before proceeding with the entire floor.
While basic maintenance practices like regular cleaning apply to all engineered wood flooring, some wood species may require special care. For example, exotic species may need specific cleaning products or treatments to maintain their appearance and durability.
Yes, most engineered wood flooring can be refinished at least once or twice during its lifespan, depending on the thickness of the wear layer. However, some exotic or engineered wood products with thin wear layers may not be suitable for refinishing.
Yes, many flooring providers offer samples of various wood species, allowing you to see and feel the texture, color, and grain pattern before making a final decision. Requesting samples can help you visualize how different species will look in your space.

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