This Matakana home is the picture of refinement with Floorex Engineered European Oak Leather wide plank flooring playing a starring role

The largest surface in your home, your flooring choice can make or break an interior design.

Character plus

Character engineered oak flooring from Floorex is one way to dramatically up the ante on your design.

Engineered wood flooring is comprised of a solid oak layer that is bonded to a rigid multi-layer plywood backing. 

This offers all the benefits of traditional solid wood flooring but with added dimensional stability and reduced risk of movement from fluctuations in moisture content. 

The company's high-quality engineered hardwood flooring is designed for homeowners who want to add a durable and attractive interior look to their property. 

Benefits at a glance

  • Highly durable and long lasting
  • More stable than solid wood – no to cracking, gaps or shrinkage
  • Can be re-sanded 4-5 times
  • Suitable for underfloor heating
  • 6mm top layer on multi-ply backing

Matakana charisma

For this Matakana home, the scene-stealing Floorex Engineered Oak Leather planks are 220mm wide x 20mm deep with 6mm Oak top layer. 

Oak Leather offers a vintage warm brown colour featuring dark accents highlighting the grain, giving that classic, lived-in look creating spaces that are stylish and welcoming – an ideal choice for this traditional-look home. 

This Oak Leather plank flooring is light to medium feature grade with tight knots and character with a medium wire brushed finish.

A variety of options to choose from

Floorex offers several oak floor options – each with its own individual look – together with Leather Oak, there is also Prime Grade Block Parquet, Prime Grade American Oak, Engineered French Oak and Heavy wire brushed Engineered French Oak.

To see the Floorex oak flooring ranges in situ, check out the Floorex gallery; for general enquiries, visit the Floorex website

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