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WOOD CULTURE HARMONY
'HMY508 Marrón
 
 
WOOD CULTURE | HARMONY
HMY508 Marrón
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THE STORY
With a range of sophisticated colours, our Harmony luxury vinyl plank provides a neutral base that complements any interior. Inspired by natural timber, each vinyl plank gives a rich and beautiful texture to your floors, enhancing your home's cosy ambience.
MATERIAL
Vinyl
FEATURES
+ Slip resistant, R10
+ Water resistant
+ Silent and soft floor
+ Warm underfoot
+ 100% phthalate free
+ Antibacterial surface
Slip Rating
R10
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)1220 × (W)150 × (H)5 mm
Slip Rating
R10
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