Band-Sawn Natural Oak

Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak engineered flooring

Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak engineered flooring. Low-lustre UV Oil top-coat in mixed widths.

Our Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak engineered flooring is contemporary with an understated rustic twist. The raw, natural beauty of Oak is played up with a rough-sawn rippled texture adding texture and character. The natural cream stain adds tonal depth and also retains the natural grey tones.

Each and every Band-Sawn Natural  / Natural Cream Oak floorboard and floor is unique . Beautiful natural tones of creamy grey and biscuit with a rippled surface, protected by a  hard-wearing low-lustre UV Oil finish . This floor works well in mixed width floorboards adding a beautiful traditional edge to this  rustic yet contemporary floor.

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural  / Natural Cream Oak Flooring Specification

Our engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring is 20mm thick: with a 5mm wear-layer and a 15mm Birch-ply substrate.

Select Grade European Oak engineered flooring – Band-Sawn finish with a Natural Cream Stain and Low-Lustre UV Oil Top-Coat

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring isTongue & Grooved on all 4 sides.

Our engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak floorboards are machined as standard with a micro-bevel (long sides).

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring  – square shoulder floorboards are available on request.

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring is produced as single strip  – wide plank floorboards in widths: 125mm – 220mm.

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring floorboard widths are from 125mm up to 260mm subject to availability of timber.

Engineered Band-Sawn Natural Cream Oak Flooring can be supplied as either; fixed-width or mixed-width.

Long random lengths – median 2.4m –  but expect some shorter boards within your order.

Longer Length Specification – up to 3.5m length – subject to availability of timber  – + 10% on list price

Please contact us for pricing more information or a sample

Please note that descriptions and photographs describe typical characteristics to expect. However the very nature of wooden floors –  being a natural material denotes that each and every floor is unique.