It comes as it comes – but is always beautiful
When grading our new herringbone strips, we’re trying something new. We promise that the surface will always look vibrant and feature the classic characteristics of oak. The strips have their fair share of sapwood and knots, as you can see from the image below. The grading of our Herringbone strips is a mix of our traditional gradings: approx. 50% Animoso, approx. 30% Vivo and approx. 20% Andante.
THE SURFACE: LIVE NATURAL OIL Live Natural is a natural surface treatment containing oils such as sunflower, thistle and soya bean oil as well as naturally occurring waxes (carnauba, candelilla). Deep penetration of the oil into the wood is ensured by two-time application on a custom-made production line. The wood pores are saturated, and drying takes place completely naturally in the open air during a process known as the Air-Plus Process. The floor has extremely good protection properties against liquids.
With our two formats, we wanted to create a modern surface appearance for the classic herringbone hardwood floor. The width of both formats is therefore a little more generous, resulting in an exceptional look. A contemporary interpretation of classic herringbone. With their attractive format and three-layer structure, our new herringbone strips are perfect for those who love this classic installation pattern. The exquisite, brushed oak surface is, as ever, a top choice. Genuinely natural and completely authentic, it brings the fascinating beauty and variety of nature into a home. Its structure, colourfulness and vibrancy are incomparable. Laid in a classic herringbone pattern, this flooring is in vogue right now. Thanks to their slim installation height, the oak strips are ideal for laying in existing properties. This means that transitioning to other floor coverings presents no problem at all. And their low thermal resistance ensures that our strips also function impressively in new buildings, making them ideal for laying on top of underfloor heating. The three-layer strips with a tongue-and-groove profile are simply glued directly to the subfloor. A dimensionally stable, long-lasting hardwood floor.
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