Coffee Oak Herringbone
Coffee Oak Herringbone is a light brown laminate floor designed to replicate a real wood floor. The design and the grain of this floor help to achieve this to great effect which allows it to emulate a real floor. The following link provides some ideas for where you could use this floor : https://www.pinterest.co.uk/ukfloordirect/oak-wood-ideas/.
Coffee Oak Herringbone is suitable for anywhere in your home like bedrooms, hallways, kitchens, living rooms and studies. Laminate floors are perfect for your home because they give the illusion of a real floor without the price tag.
Lignum Fusion Twelve V
The Lignum Fusion Twelve V is a premium laminate which offers a matt finish with an authentic embossed surface and v-groove edges to give the appearance of a traditional solid wood floor. This range is very durable and can be used in commercial premises and is more than suitable for any busy home. It is ideal for a lounge, hallway or dining room. The floor is installed using the Click/Floating system (DocLoc glueless locking system). This means the floor is easy to install and would be perfect for DIYers. The bevelled edges creates a flawless wooden floorboard appearance while visible longitudinal panel grooves expand the perception of space. You can also install underfloor heating with this flooring. Once you get started they fit together easily to create a stunning finished floor.
The dimensions of the planks is 600 x 100 x 12mm.
Prices for this laminate floor are per m² including VAT. Each packet contains 1.92m² and there is a minimum order of 5.76m². There are 32 planks per packet.
The specification for this product is: https://res.cloudinary.com/dkzlet9eh/raw/upload/v1611226961/media/uploads/lignum_fusion_technical_data_sheet_laminate_herringbones_12v_premium_oak_robust_fumed_herringbone(1).pdf
If you are debating between a wood effect floor and a laminate floor you should read some of our blogs to help decide which is best for you. You can also check out our blog to decide if 12mm laminate floor is the right depth for you or if you need something different: https://justtilesni.co.uk/advice/
Underlay may also be required depending on the surface that it is being installed on.
There is no lead time on this wooden floor.