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Teak Wood Flooring Floor & Decor

Teak wood flooring ages beautifully and gets richer looking with time. Though teak flooring is a softer wood flooring than a hickory or an oak, its prominent graining streaks give the appearance of motion to rooms in which it is used.

Teak parquet floor, Teak wood floor - All architecture and

The teak tree, Tectona grandis, grows in tropical Southeast Asia and Latin America. It can reach a height of 25 to 30 meters. Its wood has a yellowish color, resists termites and rot, is not damaged by contact with metal or water and is unaffected by temperature changes.

Teak flooring Sales & Specials - Better Homes and Gardens

For an interesting hardwood flooring option, consider installing teak flooring in your home. This type of flooring is available in a variety of looks whether you're after a glossy dark finish, or contrasting light and dark wood options.