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32 DESIGNING LIVING

32 DESIGNING LIVING SPACES | LONGLIFE PARQUET What actually does » grading « mean? In nature no one tree is like another and even within one tree the wood can have various different types of looks. Exactly the same applies to parquet: as a living piece of nature, no plank is the same as any other, each single one is characterised by its structure, play on colours as well as surface treatment and finish. Resulting in different looking floors that significantly shape the overall impression of a room. Our Longlife parquet in eleven gradings opens up a whole variety of options for you to find the most beautiful basis for your home. Natural Harmonious It‘s all about the natural mix: for the » harmonious « grading we choose woods with a calm look as well as a balanced and natural play on colours. They contain few tightly intergrown knots and brownwood and do not have any sapwood. Occasional, professionally filled cracked knots may appear in the PD 450 collection. Ambience For a calm overall look: Planks in this grading have a natural play on colours with a few small knots. Sapwood and slight cracks ensure the balanced interplay between liveliness and elegance. Small knots both intergrown and professionally filled and a few occasional cracks ensure a balanced overall look. Small cracks that cannot be filled and knots may appear. Lively In this grading we deliberately offer surfaces with strong colours and structures, which emphasise the wood‘s natural character. Healthy knots, sapwood and brownwood are part of the overall lively image. Our oak planks and oak maxi strips do not have any sapwood. Cracked knots are professionally filled. Small cracks that cannot be filled and knots may appear.

DESIGNING LIVING SPACES | LONGLIFE PARQUET 33 Vital Real woods with a distinctive play on colour and structure provide the basis for this grading. Larger knots and occasional cracks enhance the overall lively appearance. There is no sapwood with this grading. Cracked knots and cracks are professionally filled. Small cracks that cannot be filled and knots may appear. Authentic Based on the »vital« grading, cracked knots and cracks are deliberately unevenly filled and marked here. This lends the laid floor a natural, really lively appearance. Country Real woods with a distinctive play on colour and structure form the basis for this grading. Larger knots and occasional cracks are deliberately unevenly filled and marked and enhance the overall lively appearance. Together with the unevenly produced joint patterns between the individual strips and on the planks a really impressive surface results. Distinctive An interesting, powerful play on colours and structures emphasises the distinctive character of this floor. Sapwood and brownwood as well as distinctive knots and occasional cracks define the floor‘s impressive appearance. Cracked knots and cracks are professionally filled. Small cracks that cannot be filled and knots may appear. 100 % natural Longlife parquet is a natural product. Therefore differences in colour and structure are an expression of its authenticity. Wood is subject to typical changes in colour when exposed to direct sunlight. Mountain Based on the » distinctive « grading with its strong colours and structures, more sapwood and brownwood and distinctive knots, all cracked knots and cracks are deliberately unevenly filled and marked. Rustic In this grading we deliberately offer surfaces with strong colours and structures, which emphasise the wood‘s natural character. Larger knots, occasional cracks and sapwood are part of the overall rustic image. Cracked knots and cracks are professionally filled. Small cracks that cannot be filled and knots may appear. Canyon In this grading, oak surfaces with a really special overall rustic impression and distinctive play on colours and structure are used. The natural and raw character of the floor is emphasised by larger knots and varying degrees of cracks, which are deliberately unevenly filled and marked. Depending on the intensity and light effect, light woods get darker or a yellow tinge. Darker woods get lighter. With smoked Longlife parquet there are very specific shades of colour. The differences in colour on individual planks and from plank to plank caused by the varying tannin content in the wood is what distinguishes the natural parquet product.

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