This floor is simply beautiful. Easy to clean, slip resistant and full of textured real wood character, this pale oak coloured floor will suit any decorating scheme. Designed to cope with heavy domestic use, it’s the perfect partner for busy households and it doesn’t just look good, it’s good for the planet too. Only available as part of our direct to home range, this exceptionally priced laminate floor is made from trusted sustainable resources and delivered directly to your door. Quick and easy to install using a simple click system, each bevelled edged plank is thicker than standard at 8mm deep and measures 19.7cm wide by 120.5cm long. Giving you a quality floor backed by an amazing 15-year Tapi wear guarantee.
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