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Old oak floors

Engineered and solid plank floors & patterns & panels

Barnwood floors

Always wanted to have a barnwood floor? We have a diverse range of floors made from circular wood. Floors made of the so-called engineered planks are the most common. These are constructed from a base layer/carrier of birch plywood with a glued solid top layer of approximately 5 mm thickness. The total floorboard thickness is therefore around 17-18 mm. These engineered planks can be glued directly and full-surface to the existing screed. This optimizes the efficiency of any underfloor heating and ensures a stable floor. Our Reclaimed oak engineered floors are not only available as a straight plank, but also in various patterns and panels such as herringbone, Hungarian point and Versailles panels. In addition to our engineered floors, we also sell solid barnwood floors. A solid floor consists of sawn planks from one piece of natural solid wood. The only drawback of a solid floor is that it cannot be combined with underfloor heating.

Natural oak floor with character

Because our old oak beams have defied all weather conditions for decades, unique colors and textures have been created. We therefore supply engineered floors in roughly two finishes, namely: “Outsides” and “Insides”. The ‘Outsides’ are floorboards with the original rough texture of the outsides of the beams. The ‘Insides’ are the sanded and/or brushed top layers from the middle of an old oak beam. This makes them lighter in color. The colors that are common in the ‘Inside variant’ are a mix of golden brown with dark cracks and nail holes.

Old oak floor

There are few floors that can bring as much atmosphere to your space as a real old oak floor. The beautiful colors and authentic appearance make old oak very popular. These floorboards mainly come from historical buildings in the Balkan countries. Our solid oak floors have acquired their charm through decades of intensive use in old grain stores, barns, and even old government buildings. Because these planks have been able to dry naturally for years, they are very stable!