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Current Trends | Autumn 2022

Welcome to our Autumn 2022 Flooring Design catalogue!

See what’s currently trending in flooring and get the latest seasonal tips for your project.

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Style | Palm Springs

Palm Springs, it has probably been an emerging trend for the last 12 months but now it is everywhere and we love it. Curves, archways, palm trees, succulents, vertical timber panels and of course, timber flooring! The lighter natural tones hit the mark perfectly providing beautiful balance between tones and complimenting the vertical timber panels and features. See our hand picked options for that ‘Palm Spring’ look!

Type | Raw Engineered

Engineered Flooring, with its amazing stability & wider boards has always been a brilliant choice. With a push towards more ‘custom’ looks, raw engineered is emerging fast. as it allows you to have the benefits of engineered but with the exact finish you want, along with a less ‘perfect’ hand finished look. It also allows for a non bevelled floor which is popular too. Take a look at raw options below.

Check out the 5 NEW Herringbone Parquetry options from the Pronto Engineered Oak Flooring range. A higher grade of oak, in some of the most popular colours, with a matching straight board.

  • Engineered to exacting standards
  • Manufactured from environmentally sustainable resource
  • Extremely stable with excellent wear-resistance
  • Wear layer can be refurbished and rejuvenated when required

Project #123 | Raw Solid European Oak

This is a stand out project in Ephraim Island with Raw Solid European Oak flooring laid in a Herringbone pattern.

Project #122 | De Marque Oak Chevron

A recent project located in Miami with stunning De Marque Oak Chevron, labour by FGS Constructions.

Project #121 | Natures Oak Blanc

A beautiful project using the Quick-Step Natures Oak range in Blanc with a Brushed Matte Finish. The labour on this home was completed by DMI Flooring and Wave Developments in Burleigh Heads.

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