Rosewood Solid Wood Flooring gets it’s name from its sweet smelling aroma. It is sourced from all around the world but like Jatoba is mainly found in Brazil. Over recent years, rosewood has become quite rare and endangered due to years of over production is forest that were not sustainable.
There are other types of rosewood to be found though including Indian rosewood, Australian Rosewood and Bolivian Rosewood which are generally used in both furniture and wooden flooring.
Due to its dense makeup, rosewood tends to be very heavy and when floor fitting Rosewood Solid Wood Flooring it can be a strenuous task for larger floors. You will find that furniture made of rosewood is also particularly heavy.
Moving away from solid wood flooring, essential oils from rosewood can be extracted and used for cosmetics like perfumes, hygiene products and even scented candles.
Rosewood Solid Wood Flooring and Rosewood furniture is seen as an investment in your home as furniture keeps its value and the wooden flooring adds value to your home. The solid flooring is extremely strong and durable which will withstand traffic from the busiest of homes.
Like Jatoba, Rosewood is also used to produce musical instruments like guitars, cellos and violins