Have you ever heard about Kempas hardwood flooring? The name is increasing in popularity; mainly because of the organic and natural beauty. Although it may not be so popular today, the floor is believed to attract many homeowners attention because of the artistic quality.
Kempas is a solid hardwood floor, originates from Malaysia and Indonesia. The level of hardness is above ash, white oak, and maple so you can imagine the sturdiness and solidity. However, this wood is softer than Brazilian cherry or pecan. Because of the quality of the hardness, Kempas wood is generally used for cabinetry and railroad ties. The reason why people like this Kempas hardwood flooring is mostly because of the color. The original color is natural pinkish brown or reddish. When it is finished, it becomes reddish brown. If you take a closer look, it has a unique coarse grain texture so it isn’t completely smooth.
This hardwood flooring is solid and sturdy but you also need to remember that the harder the wood is, the more difficult it will be to install. Thus, you will have to make a costly spending. But if you are looking for a long lasting floor with natural finish, this Kempas hardwood flooring won’t disappoint you.