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An Engineered wood floor with a contemporary appeal and a rustic charm, Calvados Grey Oak takes the best from both worlds to provide a gorgeous flooring solution that will complement almost any décor. Random plank lengths ensure a more authentic look, while the oiled finish offers more durability for this lovely interior design gem.
Calvados Grey Oak
20MM THICKNESSCalvados Grey Oak is a highly specified wide engineered wood floor which is 20mm thick, highlighting the quality and specification of the product. This includes a durable and strong 14mm Plywood base.
BRUSHED & OILEDThis engineered wood has been brushed with a wire brush, accentuating the natural grains of the wood and creating a highly durable floor. It is then coated in high quality oil creating a natural looking finish that adds extra protection from every day wear and tear.
AUTHENTIC WOOD KNOTSThe random and natural appearance of knots and colour variations are central to creating the authentic wood feeling, showing off the character and class of the wood veneer
TRUE 4-SIDED BEVELThis engineered flooring is finished elegantly with a soft bevel rather than a harsh v-groove, giving subtle class to the floor rather than the slightly more unnatural v-groove. This completes the authentic real oak look.
GRAIN VARIATIONThe natural, varied grains help make each plank have a unique beauty which will transform your room
NATURAL GRADE FRENCH OAKFrench oak is high quality and of a natural grade that guarantees character and authenticity. Sourced from only well maintained and sustainable forests, french oak products are full of natural variety.
Our Platinum warranty covers this product for life from manufacturing defects to do with click system and also the tongue & groove mechanism.
For more information, read our warranty page.
Some products are known to have a low grade Chinese plywood backing, faced with Poplar (which is a hardwood) but with a softwood core and still be using the same description.