The actual floor may look slightly different from photo representations. Requesting samples will allow you to test the floor in your home’s lighting conditions. Wood is a natural product so the graining, shading, and overall appearance of your installation may vary from photos and samples. We always recommend seeing the floor in person at one of our retail stores or showroom before making a final decision. Please contact us to find a retailer near you. Our showroom is located in Exton, PA.


Peruvian Pecan Furniture & Decor

Reflect style and personality with bespoke creations made-to-order. Develop unique designs with us, choose the wood, materials, color, and sheen. All of our Peruvian Pecan furniture and decor is made from wood leftover from flooring production. See what we’ve built using exotic Peruvian Pecan hardwood and contact us for more details.


Interior Design Ideas for Peruvian Pecan Floors

Relax in a Tropical Paradise with Peruvian Pecan Floors

Peruvian Pecan is a bold, high-contrast floor that feels right at home in tropical interior design. The natural shades of Peruvian Pecan wood presents an earthy color scheme that sets the stage for relaxing in an exotic land. Paint the walls a neutral color, like sand white, then add texture by hanging grasscloth wallpaper on an accent wall. Choose grasscloth in a red-tinted color, like nutmeg, to enhance the natural reddish-brown shade in Peruvian Pecan flooring. Continue the tropical vibe by decorating the room with bamboo blinds, woven-panel ceiling fans, and teak wood tree stump tables. Wicker furniture upholstered in natural fibers, such as cotton, linen, or hemp, create a cozy atmosphere inspired by nature. Bring the rainforest home in a seamless design accented with palm plants and tropical flowers.

Peruvian Pecan Flooring in Dark Walnut for Nautical Interiors

When Peruvian Pecan wood is stained dark brown, it mimics the waves of the sea, creating a calming essence. Pair this floor with white panel walls and navy blue paint to start the nautical theme. Lantern light fixtures in oil-rubbed bronze or other types of tarnished metal will give the room a rustic touch. Wood elements and furniture made from reclaimed or weathered wood are commonly found in nautical homes. Enhance the ocean vibe by choosing soft seating with striped upholstery in blue, white, and light grey, or similar color combinations. Add character to the space by incorporating rope, model boats, decorative anchors, or nautical stars, if desired. Even aquariums are welcome here.

Going Monochrome with Peruvian Pecan Floors in Light Walnut

Peruvian Pecan in light walnut provides an easy base for creating harmony in a monochromatic home. Going monochrome, or designing a space using only one color, will pull everything together seamlessly while placing emphasis on texture. Discover how many different colors can be found in just one by playing with various tones, shades, and tints of brown. Compliment this floor with muted copper metal elements and wood furniture painted in cream white, or a similar color. Maintain visual interest by using geometric patterns in fabrics and rugs, then contrast that with a solid like beige leather upholstery. Find creative ways to incorporate browns found in nature through decorative accents. Seasonal photography of an autumn foliage landscape is a great way to add a pop of orange without straying outside of monochrome style.