Introducing New Crete and Herringbone Flooring

Combining advanced materials, subtle colour variations and drop and lock installation, both Crete and Herringbone make a bold design statement.

Advancements in technology have enabled manufacturers to develop new flooring options with the best materials, providing durability and value as well as an attractive appearance. The latest collection from Woodland Lifestyle doesn’t disappoint. Combining advanced materials, subtle colour variations and drop and lock installation, both Crete and Herringbone make a bold design statement.

For a minimalist coloured concrete appearance, but without the noise or need for underfloor heating, Crete comes in an expansive 600mm x 600mm tile. Available in a selection of six colour (three warm tones and three cool), Crete is also soft and warm underfoot, has acoustic qualities to reduce noise, and is 100% waterproof.

For the traditional look of herringbone timber flooring without the price tag, there’s Herringbone. Enjoy the style and character of patterned wood with noise reduction, softness underfoot and a greater durability than natural timber. The 100% waterproof plank offers superior wear resistance and comes in four timber patterns and a range of colours. From subtle neutral greys to a dramatic, rich Kentucky Oak, designers can explore their creativity with numerous plank combinations in singles, doubles or triples. Or Crete and Herringbone can even be combined for a dramatic effect.

Another feature of the new designs is breakthrough ISOCORE Technology. The innovative, highly engineered closed-cell foamed PVC core delivers rigidity and strength and is easy to handle and install. Both ranges also have underlay built-in and can even be installed point-to-point to provide genuine tile installation with a floating floor system.

Whether it’s residential, hospitality or commercial, Crete and Herringbone are guaranteed to add the wow factor to projects, enabling designers to translate their design concepts into reality — creatively and cost-effectively.

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