Kahrs Smaland Kinda Engineered Oak Flooring, 187x3.5x15 mm is a hand-scraped, brushed and oiled flooring in rustic grade. It's a part of Kahrs Supreme Smaland Collection.
Kahrs give the traditional floor a modern edge, using their own techniques to add dimension and character. Their floors are available in a wide range of eco-friendly wood species, as well as different natural grains and colour variations because the character of the wood is just as important for the overall look. As well as knotty, gnarled floors, Kahrs also offer floors that are stylishly understated; created from a discreet and regular timber grade, with small variations in tone and pattern.
Smaland Collection consists of specially selected oak planks with a lot of character, individually treated based on its unique composition of knots, graining and cracks. The result is a lively and rich floor with natural lustre and feel.
Kahrs Oil reinforces the natural look and is incredibly tactile. The oil brings out the fine structure and grain of the timber and adds depth to the natural wood tone. Kahrs floors with oil are easy to maintain.
Brushing the surface highlights the natural structure of the grain creates additional texture. Brushing is usually accompanied by other surface treatments, such as bevelled edge or a coloured stain.
The rich character surface that provides a truly rustic feel is created by hand, using different wood scraping and sanding tools. It created a wood floor with the look and feel of an old floor worn by time.
The country collection provides a bold and unmistakably natural look. You'll find floors with a truly rustic feel. Featuring dramatic graining, gnarls and knots, these floors have greater colour variations and a more lively character.
The long planks of a 1-strip floor are ideal for larger spaces, such as a lengthy passage. The surface of a 1-strip board is sawn in one piece. This emphasizes the natural beauty and accentuates every detail, from variations in colour and grain to individual knots.
To be installed floating on a level, solid surfaces such as concrete, particleboard or wood. Can also be glued down. The Woodlock joint locks the boards together mechanically, with virtually invisible joints. The superior fit also enhances the floor's performance and durability.