One look at Brazilian Cherry Natural and you'll know why it's such a popular hardwood.
In fact, order a sample today and see for yourself.
There is a very pronounced color variation Brazilian Cherry when exposed to intense light. The sapwood of Brazilian Cherry, or Jatoba, may be white, gray, or pink. The heartwood ranges from salmon to orange-brown when freshly cut. With age, it turns a rusty brown and is often marked with dark stripes. Brazilian Cherry's full, rich color shows through the entire thickness of the wood, helping to hide wear marks over time.