The recent addition of this stunning selection of parquet oak to the Florence oak flooring range is bound to make it even harder to decide on the right flooring for your home. Parquet flooring essentially entails smaller oak planks that fit together to create a vibrant surface. Although it may offer better value than large plank flooring, you’ll find it more labour intensive to lay but it’s perfect if you’re looking for a bit of a project. The bevelled edges of the thin strips of antique oak emphasise of the parquet details of this luxurious oak floor.
Florence’s ever-popular antique oak stain is featured on some of their best-selling flooring due to the dark brown, aged effect it gives to the wood. This works brilliantly on parquet oak flooring which you tend to find in old properties. Florence antique oak is also available in wider flooring formats which may better suit your personal tastes.
This flooring is similar to standard 3 strip flooring in which 3 parallel rows and staves make up each plank. However, 3 strip tends to have square edges planks and staves but this Florence parquet oak has bevelled edges on all 4 sides of both the planks and the parquet staves. This is also actually wider than the standard 3 strip flooring with 270mm wide planks with three 90mm parquet pieces as opposed to 193mm wide 3 strip. However, this is quicker to lay than other 90mm wide plank floors.
Florence Parquet Antique Oak Matt Lacquered Bevelled Strip Flooring is produced in Asia to give you the best value flooring that features high quality rustic oak. The tongue and groove edge profiling makes installation simple and long lasting with glue, nails or screws to a suitable substrate. Be sure to use a damp-proof membrane or special underlay if laying over a concrete subfloor due to the moisture that can rise and warp your florence engineered oak flooring.
Florence Parquet Antique Oak Matt Lacquered Bevelled Strip Flooring,