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Modern yet rustic

Karndean Designflooring adds 12 timber and stone finishes inspired by 'modern rustic' looks to its Da Vinci vinyl collection

In association with
Da Vinci Limed Cotton Oak RP99 and Limed Linen Oak RP98
Da Vinci Limed Cotton Oak RP99 and Limed Linen Oak RP98

The UK’s market leader in luxury vinyl flooring Karndean Designflooring has added new wood designs to its long standing Da Vinci collection.

Popular in commercial environments for its narrow wood effect planks, deep bevel and smooth finish, the range has been further enhanced with 12 trendy, new ‘modern rustic’ designs.

Heavily influenced by the move towards reclaimed and repurposed materials in commercial spaces, the 36” x 3” distressed planks replicate the unique aesthetic that comes from the transformation of wood over time.

The new planks are split into two groups. The first group is made up of seven designs, including four modern limed planks and three classic oak looks, while the second group features three burnt and smoked designs alongside two worn, aged driftwood finishes.

The 0.7mm wear layer ensures the floor is able to cope with the intense demands of commercial projects and is easy to maintain. It offers the best appearance of vintage products and a slip resistance rating of R10. 

With the slim line planks ensuring that even the smallest of spaces can be enhanced and in larger areas an impressive impact can be created, the design possibilities with this collection are truly endless.

Available with a commercial guarantee of 20 years, the complete Karndean Da Vinci collection will now feature a total of 20 wood and seven stone designs.


  • Da Vinci Scorched Oak RP94
    Da Vinci Scorched Oak RP94
  • Da Vinci Limed Silk Oak RP96
    Da Vinci Limed Silk Oak RP96
  • Da Vinci Single Smoked Acacia RP104
    Da Vinci Single Smoked Acacia RP104
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