Warm French Oak Flooring

Harper & Sandilands' Pale Grey and Driftwood timber colours are beautiful. Composed of a French Oak timber top layer bonded on to an engineered base, they're stable and - thanks to the French Oak - particularly warm.

19 Aug 2014

 

Its characteristic grain swirl, treated with a chemical process and a heavy grey wash that is applied then lightly cut back, gives a finish reminiscent of perfect off-form concrete, but soft and liveable, in the Pale Grey. Cut back even further, the Driftwood shows more of the rich warmth of the natural timber.

 

Royal Oak Floors - Habitus Living

Royal Oak Floors - Habitus Living
Pale Grey
 

The popularity of these colours lead them to develop a broader range of sizes, meaning a broader range of price points. Now coming in not only 21mm but also available in 15 and 10mm thicknesses. Because Oak is such a slow growing and beautiful natural resource, by using a 6, 4 or 3mm top layer of French Oak instead of solid timber the valuable oak species that is used stretches three times further making it a very environmentally friendly choice. The engineered substrate is also made from fast growing plantation timbers and provides a solid and incredibly stable base for the board. The oak forests are selectively felled and allowed to regenerate naturally.

 

Royal Oak Floors - Habitus Living

Royal Oak Floors - Habitus Living
Driftwood
 


 

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