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Burnt Slate Oak Parquet Flooring

ENGPAR 110

The Burnt Slate Oak Parquet flooring has been beautifully weathered with the same characteristics of the Cumbrian slate screes. Burnt slate is complemented with a grey weathered hues throughout. This wonderfully bold and would look amazing in any given space.

The Burnt Slate Oak is made with reactive stains and hand applied patinas, these meticulous hand ageing techniques create boards with the same characteristics of the scree slopes. As with the scree cliff no two areas are the same, no two of our hand aged Burnt Slate boards are the same. The overall appearance of the floor will have weathered burnt texture with grey and silver colourations breaking the surface of the timber. These beautiful boards would enlighten any residential or commercial space. This stunning flooring can give an incredible focal point to any room.

Please note that as this is a natural product the colour, grain knots and markings will vary from batch to batch, as well as from one plank to another, making our flooring a truly unique natural product.

Technical Specification 

CodeENGPAR110
GradeRustic
SurfaceWeathered
ApplicationCommercial & Residential
ConstructionEngineered: 4.0 (+/-0.5)/12mm
EdgesMicro Chamfer
InstallationGlue, Secret Nail
UFHYes
FinishNatural Oil
ShineNatural Matte
SpeciesOak

Sizes & Pricing

DepthEngineered: 16 (+/- 0.5)mm
(Others available)
Width100mm
Length500mm
Price From£104.50 + VAT per m2
(Trade discount available)

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