FinFloor Black Forest laminate flooring is a statement piece for any room. The size and magnitude of the individual planks help create the illusion of a bigger space due to fewer planks being used per room, meaning fewer creases in the flooring.
In line with the latest European trends in Wood Flooring, we were incredibly happy to have been introduced to FinFloor Black Forest Laminate Floor range. This beautiful flooring product comes from a highly reputable brand and looks absolutely stunning in any space.
This high-quality product is the thickest, and longest laminate floor available in the market at the moment. If that doesn’t scream luxury and elegance like nothing else then I don’t know what will.
The durable Black Forest laminate range is the perfect choice for your commercial installation or for high trafficked areas.
The 12mm thick plank, as opposed to the usual 8mm, makes the floor quieter underfoot and more dimensionally stable. This means quiet steps with less of an echo, and less flex in your planks. A sturdy, confident feeling with each step you take.
The quality and luxury of wood floors, coupled with the durability of a laminate, make this oversized laminate range a favourite in any space and definitely a DesignaFloors top pick.
This product comes with a 25-year Heavy Domestic use and a 5 year General Commercial use warranty.
Black Forest is available in a variety of colours and finishes which include a matt wood grain, as well as an EIR finish.
EIR stands for Embossed in Register and is a method used by manufacturers to create the appearance of wood grain similar to real hardwood. This process intensifies the texture, depth, and appearance of the floor. leaving you with a real wood grain texture you’ll love!
When you’re making a purchase for your home, especially a real investment – like flooring – It is always better to choose quality. Make a decision you’ll end up thanking yourself for by investing in a quality flooring product that is guaranteed to bring you satisfaction anytime you enter the room.
Your flooring, although underfoot, is always in your peripheral vision, meaning it is never out of sight. So why not make your flooring a statement piece all on its own.