Oak Parquet Flooring
Oak Parquet Flooring is flooring that consists of individual Oak blocks that are positioned together to make several Parquet Flooring Patterns such as; Mosaic, Herringbone, and Bordeaux. Oak is one of the most popular because of its versatility with stains and finishes, allowing for a broad range of different colours, shades, and textures.
When it comes to parquet flooring it is available in either solid or engineered boards. Solid Parquet Flooring is constructed only from solid oak, whereas engineered parquet flooring is made up of multiple layers of oak veneer and plywood that are bonded together to make a more durable product that is suitable for underfloor heating and even wet rooms.
Contemporary Oak Greige Parquet
Created specifically for the UK market, Inspiration is a dynamic collection of 12 ‘dry back’ oak parquet flooring styles. LVT colours in rich wood & natural stone offers the perfect combination of style and performance for any commercial or residential setting.
Honey Rich Oak Parquet
Developed with a single specification that is suitable for both heavy-traffic commercial installations and domestic interiors, Fusion brings together a variety of different styles of oak parquet flooring from traditional, historical woods to fresh, modern concrete tiles.
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