Caribbean Rosewood Wood Floor
Lumber Name(s): Chechen, Poison Wood.
Grown in: Belize / Mexico. Caribbean Rosewood is one of the world’s most beautiful wood with a look that offers unique coloration and graining.
Description: Rosewood (Caribbean) is known for its unique beauty highlighted by exotic coloring and fine graining.
Stability: Rosewood (Caribbean) demonstrates an average level of stability, similar to Red Oak.
Color Range: Caribbean Rosewood provides an extreme range of color variability. This wood ranges from cream, to flame type swirls to gold/orange highlights on top of a medium brown background with black striping.
Color Change: Caribbean Rosewood exhibits a medium degree of color change, with the muting of the color variation and some darkening over time. Caribbean Rosewood may used both residentially or commercially wherever the signature look of this unique specie is desired.