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Karndean Flooring introduces new look Van Gogh collection

Karndean has announced its first multi-format collection, with new natural oak and herringbone designs.

14/09/2020 1 min read
Grey Brushed Oak

Designed to offer designers, contractors and architects greater flexibility, the same designs within the Van Gogh Collection can be specified in either gluedown or rigid core across different environments within the same project.

Rigid core is the format of choice for workplace wellbeing with K-core technology reducing the sound transfer to rooms below 21db, and gluedown is flexible, with bespoke cuts, laying patterns and added design features available.

Blush Oak

‘As designers, architects and contractors look to us for more flexibility when specifying our floors, we’re delighted to be taking our first steps in expanding our palette across different formats,’ explains Fleur Carson, commercial director of Karndean Designflooring.

‘It means those looking for the continuity of the same colourway throughout are not restricted to just gluedown, especially if they face challenging deadlines or require enhanced acoustics,’ she adds.

‘With herringbone being a preferred choice for zoning and wayfinding in our gluedown designs, the introduction of our first rigid core herringbone design will open up new design options for specifiers.’

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