One great product is Kahrs Linen Oak Engineered Wood Flooring, Light Smoked, Brushed, Handscraped, Oiled, 190x3.5x15 mm in rustic flooring grade and whitewashed colour.
Having a hand scraping effect in the specs of the flooring means it is produced by manual wood scraping and sanding which is actively used to achieve a worn appearance on the flooring.
Kahrs flooring is not only manufactured in Sweden but in fact, 70% of the used timber is harvested within 160 km radius from the factory which gives more credibility your claim that you have a Swedish wood flooring in your home.
You can get the amazing chance to not only choose among some great wood types but you have your pick between the widest range of colours and shades.
High gloss finish on your flooring creates the best protection against everyday use and would certainly give it an indisputably shiny look.
Wood reacts to change in the atmosphere, it contracts when it's dry and expands when it's humid. What engineered wood is doing to counteract that process is creating stability with its multi-layer construction.
Flooring produced from an oak tree can a medium degree of colour change where the orange tones would become more amber. Beech is not compatible with underfloor heating systems.
Any raw elements from the logs not used for flooring are being made into biofuel and then some are redirected to heat the Kahrs' facilities and the rest to the local energy company.