Subtle structure with a classic expression. Harmonious and calm. Fewer knots.
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Solid planks laid in a herringbone pattern is a timeless solution. Choosing large dimensions in the individual planks takes the classic pattern to new heights with an impressive expression and an elegant look.The mosaic pattern is a classic solution where a series of planks are laid horizontally and vertically to form a pattern that most of all resembles a chessboard. The pattern can be individually customised and attracts attention with its extraordinary dimensions.The planks are laid in a bond by arranging rectangular planks in displaced lanes next to each other. A traditional solution that creates a smooth transition and a beautiful interplay between the solid planks.
Finishing and Colours
Dinesen Lye and Floor Soap WhiteSoap forms a membrane that protects the wood. Depending on usage, the floor needs to be washed with Dinesen Floor Soap two to four times a month in order to build up the soap membrane. Most dents will rise after washing, and repeated treatment will not be necessary. However, the floor does require commitment. We recommend that you give the floor a Dinesen Lye finish prior to the soap finish.See how to maintain your Dinesen floorDinesen Light OilThe oil seals the surface, and the floor only needs to be washed with Dinesen Floor Soap when it needs cleaning. The floor will require regular repeat treatments with oil to maintain the seal.See how to maintain your Dinesen floor
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