With the Charm of Bygone Times - Plank 1-Strip parquet in retro look
Rosenheim – They don't creak and they are easy to install and maintain. And yet the Plank 1-Strip Oak retro brushed parquets from HARO add a touch of nostalgia like a time-worn wood floor. Their completely natural surface texture, which is achieved without any artificial alterations, gives the room that certain something. With slightly raised knot areas, a vibrant grain and the naturaLin plus natural oil finish, the 2.20 m (86 5/8'') long floor boards radiate the charm of bygone times.
They combine all the positive visual attributes of an expressive solid wood floor with the advantages offered by engineered multi-layer parquet, such as easy installation and minimised gap formation through indoor climate changes. Classical like Oak Sauvage or Oak Sauvage Tobacco Grey, these wood floors not only fit in well with a country style, but also with clean-cut modern interiors. The Retro family now comprises four products. New to the range is Plank 1-Strip retro brushed Creme White that meets two trends at a time: rustic design and trendy white colour. Oak Atelier is an exciting product that best reflects the retro trend. It looks like a painted solid wood floor where the paint has worn away in places after decades of use. The pleasant light colour gives the rustic design a friendly, welcoming feel – shabby chic for the floor!
Oiled parquet floors in retro look are effortless to clean and maintain. The eco-friendly cleaning product clean & green natural and the clean & green aqua oil for floor care make parquet maintenance a quick, easy and simple task. The floor surface can be used again only two hours after application.
Our sample service is currently only available in the countries Austria und Germany .
Shipping costs to Austria : 8,33 € all-inclusive rate Shipping costs to Germany : 4,76 € all-inclusive rate
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You have the right to cancel this agreement within a period of fourteen days without giving any reason. The cancellation deadline is fourteen days from the date on which you or a third party named by you, which is not the consignor, has taken possession of the final goods. To exercise your right of cancellation, you must inform us
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