V4 Tannery Brown Oak Herringbone 14mm x 90mm Oiled
This new edition of our classic ZB206 Tannery Brown gives the same rich timbre of well worn leather with deep chestnut brown notes, but with the edition of a randomly pitted surface and tumble distressed bevel that accentuates a time worn aesthetic. Available in a matching plank, Tannery Brown is as well suited to modern design as it is to a classic country home or contemporary urban dwelling or work area.
Sealed with coats of UV cured natural oil, this oak floor is given deep lustre that glows, whilst offering practical durability for use in throughout any living space.
Unlike traditional parquet blocks, the Deco Parquet Herringbone range of floors are engineered with a thick oak top layer with bevelled edges bonded to a hardwood ply base, which means they can be bonded to any flat surface including over low energy underfloor heating systems. Available in matching Deco Plank DC206 Tannery Brown.
Description: Distressed, Tumble Edged & Colour Oiled Rustic Oak
Type of Floor: Real Wood Engineered Herringbone Flooring
Total Thickness: 14 mm
Width & Length: 90 x 400 mm
Top Layer: 3 mm Solid European Oak
Grade: CD Rustic
Construction: Multi – Layer Engineered Wood
Pack Size: 1.44 m2
Pack Contents: 44 Universal Blocks
Joint Type: 1 Tongue & 3 Grooves
Bevelled Edges: 4 Sides With Tumble Distressed Edges
Floated Installation: No
Fully Bonded Installation: Yes
Secret Nailed Installation: No
Suitable For Underfloor Heating: Yes
Tog Rating: 1.13
UKTR Compliant: Yes
FSC® 100% Certified: Yes
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Rustic grade is a vibrant and colourful floor full of individuality. The floor can display heavy grain markings, wider colour variations and frequent knots of varying sizes.
Composed of multiple layers of compressed timber before being finished with a top layer of solid wood veneer. As a result, engineered wood can boast the timeless look of fully natural wood floors with added stability.
Using our polymer adhesive, this floor is stuck down to your sub-floor. Better suited for a professional installation.
Oak is a hardwood species characterised by being hard-wearing and therefore very suitable for flooring.
The UV curing produces a set and cured film on the surface of the board, this gives the finish additional strength to withstand the day to day usage on the floor, along with it not needing a further coat of oil upon completion of the floors installation
Refers to the edge of a plank which has been chamferred in the production process to create a "V joint" between boards when they are connected together. Creates a more pronounced, defined plank
Created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as the name suggests, resembles fish bones
Our distressed floors have been through various processes to create a fascinating texture full of cracks, bumps and rough knots. For that real earthy, tree like feel
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