Elemental Exotic Collection
Gorgeous exotic hardwood flooring from around the world
Our Prefinished Exotic Collection features the most interesting, beautiful, durable and dense species on earth. Our founder has decades of experience immersed in the Amazon River Basin, combining a passion for the wood, people, and culture of Brazil with an ethos of forest and community sustainability. You won’t find the quality, variety, and knowledge of these exotic hardwoods anywhere else.
Elemental Heritage Collection
Distinctive hand hewn hardwoods, the elegance of old world craftsmanship for your home
Featuring handscraped and distressed styles, our heritage collection offers the distinct looks of a naturally aged floor. Available in both engineered and solid formats, our heritage flooring is prefinished with an aluminum oxide eight coat process to ensure a durable, high quality factory finish.
Elemental Advantage Collection
Stunning looks and amazing prices – we’ve engineered the perfect combination of value and quality.
The Elemental Advantage line of engineered flooring is manufactured in Indonesia using only the highest quality products. Our Advantage engineered flooring features internationally recognized finishes, a wide variety of legally and responsibly harvested face species, and renewable plantation grown core and bottom layer woods.
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With a beautifully blended assortment of colors, Acacia flooring is a tasteful choice that exudes an unmistakable air of sophistication, all the while sporting a surprisingly reasonable price tag. Its medium to dark brown heartwood is tin…
Cumaru, Brazilian Teak
Cumaru, commonly called Brazilian Chestnut, is a tough and dense wood imported from Brazil that has an irregular, somewhat interlocked grain and wavy, course texture. Because of its density, it is very resistant to termites and decay. Cum…
Jatoba, Brazilian Cherry
Brazilian Cherry, also known as Jatoba, Paquio and Azucar Huayo, is one of the most popular exotic hardwoods for flooring. Brazilian Cherry, like its American Cherry namesake darkens as it ages to a gorgeous cinnamon-brown heartwood laced…
Tauari, Brazilian Oak
Brazilian Oak, also known as Tauari, is similar in color to North American White and Red Oak, but 30% harder and more naturally stable. It ranges from cream to tan to medium brown in color, and has a beautiful graining pattern. While prov…