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Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring

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  • Product Details

    Introducing the Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring, a flooring that beautifully marries the rich oak legacy with the intricate and modern herringbone style. This selection from our Textures range epitomises elegance, offering a sophisticated twist to traditional flooring with its distinctive pattern and enduring appeal.

    The charm of oak is timeless, and in the herringbone design, this charm is amplified. The flooring features a classic oak texture with deep, warm tones and natural grain variations, presented in an arresting herringbone pattern. This unique layout creates a sense of dynamism and fluidity in any room, making the floor a focal point of your decor. The herringbone pattern adds a touch of historical sophistication and brings a contemporary edge to both classic and modern interiors.

    Durability is key for Textures LVT. This floor is designed for longevity and boasts a wear layer that stands up to the daily challenges of busy households and commercial spaces. This resilience ensures your herringbone floor retains its beauty and character for years.

    The flooring's gluedown installation allows for a seamless and striking arrangement that enhances the overall aesthetics of your space. Maintenance is effortless, with the flooring requiring just regular cleaning to preserve its allure. It’s also water-resistant, making it a versatile choice for moisture-prone areas like kitchens and bathrooms.

    By choosing the Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring, you're selecting a vinyl flooring that transcends time, blending the historic elegance of oak with the contemporary sophistication of herringbone. It’s not just a floor; it's a statement of style and a testament to enduring quality.

    Product Specification

    Product Number
    Pack Size
    0.8664 m²
    Edge Detail
    Wood Effect
    Textures Herringbone
    Underfloor Heating
    Wear Layer
    30 Years
  • Maintenance LVT

    Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring Maintenance Advice

    Maintaining the Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring is a breeze thanks to its durable, water-resistant design. Made to withstand high levels of daily wear and tear, the floor will only need minimal maintenance throughout its lifetime.

    If you want to make sure the floor lasts as long as it should, simply follow these easy maintenance tips:

    • Sweep or vacuum the floor daily
    • Use entrance mats to keep the floor dirt-free
    • Clean up any spills quickly with a damp cloth 
    • Mop the floor once weekly or when needed
    • Avoid dragging heavy furniture over the floor
    • Use specialist LVT products when cleaning the floor

    One of the easiest things you can do to protect the floor is to use doormats at entrances. This will help pick up moisture and grit before it can reach the floor, keeping it cleaner and safer to walk on.

    When vacuuming or sweeping, pay extra attention to bevelled edges as these can easily collect dust and dirt. To avoid dulling the surface of your floor over time, you should also avoid using soap-based cleaning products. Instead, opt for a warm water solution mixed with a specialist floor cleaner.

    Another tip when sweeping the Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring, is to sweep with the grain of the floor. This will help prevent dirt and debris from becoming embedded in the textured surface, making it easier to clean and maintain the floor.

    LVT floors are designed to withstand the pressures of modern family life. However, if you don’t follow the simple maintenance tips above, you may find the Textures Distressed Oak Herringbone TH06 LVT Flooring doesn’t last as long as it should. Failing to keep up with the maintenance requirements provided by the manufacturer could also void the warranty.