Birch wood flooring is one of the most popular and most common hardwood flooring species. The birch species can be divided into two subspecies: yellow birch and red birch. Both are moderately hard.

Red birch tends to have a golden color with slight red undertones and Yellow birch has a creamy color, more off-white than yellow.

Birch has very little grain visibility and uniformity that leaves it as a warm and light-colored backdrop. It's durable while still feeling soft underfoot, and gives a nurturing, airy feel to any room or space where it's used. Each board has a slight variation, which keeps the tones from feeling too flat.