Havwoods introduces new shades

New for summer 2019, Havwoods is introducing twelve new and exclusive shades into its popular Italian Collection.

Inspired by the exquisite and intricate floors of Italy, the new introductions to this sophisticated range are the ideal choice for those looking to lay different patterns or mix and match planks with other materials.

[Havwoods have a BCFA Product Finder page]

Design Insider Havwoods HW16206 Product

Providing the ultimate flexibility in design, the exclusive collection of plank, chevron and herringbone blocks are guaranteed to create a striking flooring statement with ease.

Expertly manufactured from European Oak with a lacquered or UV Oiled finish and tongue and groove design, the Italian Collection is the perfect flooring solution for homes with underfloor heating as well as being suitable to withstand the wear and tear of everyday life.

Design Insider Havwoods HW16206 (2)

From the deep rich tones of Cioccolato and Premio to the cooler hues of Brezza and Lusso, each of the new shades offers an arresting and designer appeal that will blend seamlessly with any manner of interior scheme.

Presented across a range of Havwoods’ exclusive flooring collections, customers can choose from hundreds of quality engineered, reclaimed and solid wood planks.

Design Insider Havwoods Lead - The Italian Collection - Neutro 45 degree Chevron Engineered Oak Wood Flooring C

As with all of the brand’s collections, the superior flooring is presented in a breadth of finishes including smoked and lacquered, offering customers an aesthetic choice to suit their individual taste and style.

Contact Havwoods through their BCFA Product Finder Page

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