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Pine flooring in kitchen

Why you will love pine flooring

Give your interior a rustic look with pine flooring

Scandinavian interiors, with their minimalistic yet cosy look, remain as popular as ever. One of our northern friends’ main secrets is the use of pine wood in furniture and floors. Characterised by a straight, fine grain and small knots, pine floors have a distinctly rustic quality.

Apart from looking great in any interior, pine is a softwood, which makes it more vulnerable to denting. Unless you’re a fan of a distressed, rough and rugged look, pine is best used in low-traffic areas. Or, you can opt for ultra natural-looking laminate or luxury vinyl floors with a pine texture for a worry-free alternative.

A durable option

Quick-Step’s laminate and luxury vinyl floors combine the rustic authenticity of pine with excellent durability and wear resistance, as well as a lifetime warranty.

Pine laminate flooring in bathroom

A design for every interior

Today’s pine floor designs come in many more styles than ‘traditional natural pine’ alone. A variety of colours and finishes ensures that there is bound to be a pine flooring for your interior style too.

Grey pine flooring in living room

Easy maintenance

Our vinyl and laminate flooring with natural pine appearance provide ultimate peace of mind through their Scratch Guard™ technology.

Easy to maintain pine flooring in kitchen

Easy installation

Installing a brand-new pine floor shouldn’t be a chore. Thanks to the renowned and patented Uniclic and Uniclic Multifit systems, you wont need any glue or nails to install your pine floor. All it takes is a simple click — no mess whatsoever!

Easy to install pine flooring in kitchen

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