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Floors complement stylish development

Junckers’ Black Oak Oiled hardwood floors add warmth and texture to sophisticated interiors

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A prestigious new residential development in the fashionable Clapham Old Town area of London features over 700m2 of Junckers’ Black Oak flooring. Designed by Assael Architecture, the development combines converted 19th century warehouse buildings with contemporary architecture.

The high quality, modern interiors have a palette of rich, natural materials with Junckers’ solid hardwood floors adding warmth and texture to the inviting spaces. The matt, oiled surface of the floors is the perfect backdrop to the stylish decorating schemes. Black Oak Oiled has the appearance of an aged floor, with a rich patina and surface texture, highly sought after in the design industry.

Junckers’ wide board floors come in long-length planks, a true mark of a high quality solid hardwood floor. In addition, they are ideal for use over underfloor heating. Thanks to a unique drying process developed over many years, Junckers’ floors are very stable and have a low moisture content. Tried, tested and approved by all major underfloor heating manufacturers, Junckers’ solid wood floors have been successfully used together with underfloor heating for decades. 

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For more information and technical support visit www.junckers.co.uk.

 

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