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 Post subject: Brazilian Teak--Cumaru Hardwood Floor Pictures
PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2004 7:47 pm 
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I don't get it. Can someone explain a little better? I get mail from Stephen Heffernan then a reply from Sean Hefferman--and two different company names. You guys went your own way? Anyway some pics...


Brazilian Teak--Cumaru

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Red Oak-- Nice basket weave look

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 11, 2004 8:49 pm 
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stephen owns select wood floors, I own heritage...he's the competition! :twisted:


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that basket weave is cool looking!..I think I showed him how to do that!!! :D


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Sean you consider yourself my competition? :D


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 Post subject: Brazilian Teak--Cumaru
PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2007 2:15 pm 
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Hi Can you send more images of Cumaru.
Which one looks better B Cherry Vs Brazilian Teak--Cumaru ?
I dont want too dark..something medium tone. Please suggest. please send photos to damienbce@yahoo.com


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Dell. Braz cherry is become very popular and everybody has seen it and knows what it looks like. I am not a huge fan of the redness of brazilian cherry. In the next few monthes I am about to install some hardwood in my own home and I will use Brazilian teak. There are a number of reasons I chose this species. First of is the color. The picture above is not a great representation of cumaru. it has a lot more variation than you normally see, it varies from a medium golden color to a beautiful rich chocalate brown. It is also harder than braz cherry. Its a neutral color and goes with any style furniture. Braz cherry is considered somewhat mor formal and with the reddish color your tied to certain color pallets.

I will e-mail you some more pics when I can


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I love the reddish tint in brazilian and santos. To me, three's way too much color variation in teak.


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how much is the Brazilian Teak--Cumaru and where can I get it?

Thanks


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I think that was a Lumber Liquidator product. Try Jeff Hosking at the link below.

Cumaru is also known as Brazilian Teak

http://www.hoskinghardwood.com/Hardwood ... _Teak.aspx


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