Danish floors for Danish design house

Natural, matt, solid wood floors from Junckers suit Republic of Fritz Hansen down to the ground

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Danish design house Republic of Fritz Hansen has chosen Junckers’ Oak Boulevard for its HQ showroom. The company’s classic designs are now displayed against Junckers’ widest floorboard – at 185mm – made in solid oak. 

The many world famous classic pieces and contemporary designs made in collaboration with leading international designers sit perfectly on Junckers’ signature long-length planks, which add a further architectural dimension to the space. Finished with the newly reformulated UltraMatt Lacquer, the floor has a completely natural, matt appearance which looks just like an oiled finish. Developed in response to the growing trend for ‘unfinished’ looking floors, Junckers’ UltraMatt Lacquer protects the wood, making it durable, hardwearing and easy to care for. With no surface sheen, the new lacquer gives the floor superior protection against spills and scuffs. The natural appearance and highly durable, easy to clean surface has made UltraMatt Lacquer Junckers’ best selling finishing product – over 80% of all pre-finished floors are sealed with it.

All Junckers’ pre-finished floorboards are available with UltraMatt Lacquer, for immediate use once installed. The new formula enhances the natural beauty of all Junckers timbers including oak, ash, black oak and beech. Junckers specialises in long-length planks , and its floors are suitable for use with under floor heating.

www.junckers.co.uk

01376 534 700


 

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