Jatoba Flooring

Jatoba flooring has characteristics of the Jatoba tree. Jatoba is commonly referred to as Brazilian cherry. The wood is salmon red to dark orange/red brown. Jatoba has a medium to coarse texture. Jatoba is considerably harder than red oak. Jatoba can be difficult to nail because of density.


Select Jatoba flooring

Boards are clear with variation in tone. No knots, checking.

Seth Bournival has forged strong relationships with loggers and mills to get lumber specifically suited to our custom grades. Our grades are unique.

Face Widths

3” up to 8” select




ranges available, Jatoba usually averages between 8’ to 9’


Tongue and groove with back relief.
Endmatching option available.
Flooring can be ordered with endmatching (a tongue or groove at the end of board length).