A journey across Africa inspired a collection of hardwoods that captures the incredible beauty, textures, and colors of its scenic landscape. Included in the Safari Collection are four striking styles, crafted in the USA of White Oak and enhanced with a 2.5mm wear layer and aluminum oxide finish to protect against scratches. To minimize joints, Emily Morrow Home mills each plank with ultra-micro bevel edges, creating a smooth, clean look.

Not only is Tusker the Emily Morrow Home Color of the Year for 2019, but it’s the featured product in her stunning array of new introductions. Patterned after the majesty of African elephants, the striking, sliced-face visual is colored in warm taupe with subtle striations of gray and ivory. Offered in sizes specifically cut for herringbone installations as well as 9 in. widths, these companion planks give customers the ability to vary the layout of this gorgeous look as they extend it throughout their home.

One of Africa’s most spectacular events is the great migration of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles across Northern Tanzania and Kenya. The vastness of the herds creates a magnificent movement of color that is reflected in Emily Morrow Home’s latest creation. The sliced-face texture of the Great Migration styles have a matte finish and come cut specifically for herringbone installations and in complementary 9 in. widths.

Named after the endless plains of the Serengeti, Serengeti Spirit has an innate beauty that’s easy to admire. The 7 in. wide planks boast a natural coloration that exudes warmth, creating a look that enhances any interior setting. Crafted of natural-grade, sawn-face White Oak, Serengeti Spirit has fewer knots and a smooth, lightly wire-brushed finish.

Luxurious hues ranging from tan to taupe flow across Moon River’s smooth, sawn-face surface. The effect gives each 7 in. plank incredible color movement, which works in harmony with its subtle graining. Light cerusing and a matte finish add even more visual appeal to this statement piece.

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