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ENGINEERED OAK OMBRE
'321 Driftwood (189)
 
 
ENGINEERED OAK OMBRE
321 Driftwood (189)
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THE STORY
Oak is valued for its natural beauty and durability. This series of engineered timber flooring therefore showcases these strengths which warrant a second look.
MATERIAL
Engineered Timber
FEATURES
3 coats of natural oil finish
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)650-1900 × (W)189 × (H)15/4 mm
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