Wood turns into concrete with the new SOHO design
The SOHO concrete design with the typical color and fine texture of the raw material creates an extraordinary and fascinating industrial look.
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Have you made your choice? Light, dark, vibrant, calm, trendy, timeless or classical – choose the perfect style for your interior design from a wide selection of HARO® premium quality products.
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The plank format also has a considerable influence on the interior design. Shorter planks can lend smaller spaces a more spacious impression. While plank 1-strip gives rooms a more calm appearance, longstrip let the rooms appear more lively.
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Clear and crisp look provided by three parallel strips.
180 x 2200 mm (Series 3500/4000)
180 x 2210 mm (Series 3000)
The modern parquet classic in the plank design gives a spacious appearance to the room.
180 x 2200 mm
bzw. 173 x 2200 mm
The extra wide Plank 1-Strip format creates an impression of generous space and elegance
9 7/16'' x 86 5/8''
or 8 21/32'' x 86 5/8''
The strip parquet design in the very trendy original Plank 1-Strip format.
7 3/32'' x 86 5/8''
Generous elegant strip parquet design – creates a well-balanced, spacious effect.
160 x 1750 mm / 6 5/16’’ x 68 29/32’’
Strip parquet design in compact plank format – also perfect for making small rooms look larger.
120 x 1000 mm (4 23/32" x 39 13/32")
Timeless, classic strip parquet design for a wide variety of installation patterns.
70 x 490 mm (2 3/4" x 19 11/16")
HARO offers you four different surface finishes – for every taste, for every requirement.
Whether PermaDur high finish, naturaDur finish, bioTec oil/wax or naturaLin plus – whichever finish you choose, you can be sure of the best surface protection for your parquet.
No two pieces of wood are alike, even if they come from the same tree. Heartwood looks different than wood from the outer regions of the tree trunk. And depending on the wood species, wood from higher areas of the tree may have more knots than wood from further down. There are many criteria that define the typical character of a grade. But one thing never changes: it takes the keen eyes of our experienced production staff to ensure accurate grading. No machine is that exact – and that’s why our top-layer strips are always graded by hand. This makes sure that we can consistently meet your – and our own – high quality standards.