Step 1 Choose Pattern

Step 2 Choose Woods

Woods

Step 3 Choose Colours

Colours

Natural

Ash

The heartwood is a light to medium brown color. Sapwood can be very wide, and tends to be a beige or light brown; not always clearly or sharply demarcated from headtwood.

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Colours

Natural

Asian Walnut (Rokfa)

The natural Asian Walnut will have a wide variety of colour that may range dark brown to light blonde. The darker colour can be slightly more prevalent due to the predominance of naturally occurring darker wood.

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Colours

Natural

Doussie

Heartwood is golden to reddish brown. Pieces with burl or highly figured grain are also seen, with the latter sometimes being called xylay pattern.

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Colours

Natural

Mahogany

Heartwood color is variable, ranging from a very pale pink to a deeper reddish brown, sometimes with streaks of medium to dark reddish brown. Color tends to darken with age. Quartersawn surfaces can also exhibit a ribbon-stripe appearance.

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Colours

Natural

Makha

Golden-to reddish brown in color. Grain is interlocked with a uniform medium to coarse texture; naturally lustrous.

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Colours

Natural

Maple

Maple is commonly found in America. The color ranges from nearly white to creamy white. It has beautiful texture with lightweight and moderate strength. Hard Maple is used in flooring, furniture and interior finish.

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Colours

Arctic

Oak

Widely used across North America and Europe. Its color ranges from light tan to brown. Grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven texture

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Colours

Natural

Ovangkol

Varying shades of yellowish to reddish brown with darker brown, gray, or black stripes. Moderately wide sapwood is a pale yellow, clearly demarcated from heartwood. Sometimes seen with a curly or mottled grain pattern.

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Colours

Natural

Pynkado (Dang)

Reddish brown in colour, dense and highly durable (widely use for structural works). Grain is usually interlocked or wavy.

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Colours

Brandy

Teak

Golden or medium brown, with color darkening with age. Beautiful and straight grain, occasionally can be interlocked. Highly repellent to insects. Also-known-as ‘King of Wood’.

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Colours

Natural

Walnut

Range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Color can sometimes have a gray, purple, or reddish cast.

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Colours

Natural

Wenge

Unique dark brown / black in color. Straight grain, with very coarse texture and low natural luster.

Finished

Step 4 Choose Flooing Types

Compound Solid Flooring

Compound Solid Flooring

Compound Solid flooring is designed to ensure maximum stability, protection against insects while still maintaining the natural feel of real solid wood.

Each layer is cross-laminated to ensure minimal expansion and contraction of the product when exposed to changes in humidity.

Structure

1. UV Hardwax Oil/ UV Lacquer

Provides natural wood feel.
Easy to maintain & clean
and contains no harmful solvents.

Compound Solid Flooring
Compound Solid Flooring
2. Top Lamella

is a 3 or 4 mm.
thick high-quality hardwood.

3./4. Strength from the Core

Our Core and Balancer layers are
made from impregnated hardwood,
ensuring high stability and tolerance
against mold and termite.

Comparison Of Wood Flooring

COMPOUND SOLID FLOORING ENGINEERED FLOORING SOLID FLOORING
Resistance to termite and other insects *
High tolerance against humidity
Highly stable
No harmful particles
Prefinished from factory
Highly sustainable
Can be resanded
Remark* Teak and Pynkado

Dimension

  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 90 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 140 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 190 mm
  • Length — 900-1800 mm
  • Thickness — 23 mm
  • Width — 235 mm
  • Length — 1200-3500 mm
  • Thickness — 23 mm
  • Width — 285 mm
  • Length — 1200-3000 mm

Engineered Flooring

Engineered Flooring

Engineered flooring in an alternative to compound solid flooring. It is made from a combination of hardwood and plywood.

Structure

1.UV Hardwax Oil/ UV Lacquer

Provides natural wood feel.
Easy to maintain & clean
and contains no harmful solvents.

Engineered Flooring
Engineered Flooring

2.Thin layer of real
hardwood glued on to
a layer of plywood.

3./4.9 layers of high quality birch plywood
glued together with E1 emission level.

Comparison Of Wood Flooring

COMPOUND SOLID FLOORING ENGINEERED FLOORING SOLID FLOORING
Resistance to termite and other insects *
High tolerance against humidity
Highly stable
No harmful particles
Prefinished from factory
Highly sustainable
Can be resanded
Remark* Teak and Pynkado

Dimension

  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 70 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 90 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 120 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 140 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 14 mm
  • Width — 190 mm
  • Length — 900-1800 mm

Solid Flooring

Solid Flooring

Made from single piece of solid timber. Profiled with tongue and groove for easy installation.

Structure

1. UV Hardwax Oil/ UV Lacquer

Provides natural wood feel.
Easy to maintain & clean
and contains no harmful solvents.

Solid Flooring
Solid Flooring
2. All real wood profiled

into one single piece of
wood flooring.

Comparison Of Wood Flooring

COMPOUND SOLID FLOORING ENGINEERED FLOORING SOLID FLOORING
Resistance to termite and other insects *
High tolerance against humidity
Highly stable
No harmful particles
Prefinished from factory
Highly sustainable
Can be resanded
Remark* Teak and Pynkado

Dimension

  • Thickness — 18 mm
  • Width — 90 mm
  • Length — 600-1500 mm
  • Thickness — 18 mm
  • Width — 140 mm
  • Length — 900-1800 mm
  • Thickness — 18 mm
  • Width — 190 mm
  • Length — 900-1800 mm

Variants

Classic

Calm structure with fewer knots and natural colour variation.

Natural

More lively and woody structure with more knots and greater colour variation.