GrandOak Herringbone

GrandOak_Herringbone 1 GrandOak Herringbone Mink Grey
GrandOak_Herringbone-Gunsynd-Oak 2 Gunsynd Oak
GrandOak_Herringbone-Mink_Grey 3 Mink Grey
GrandOak_Herringbone-Natural-Oak 4 Natural Oak
GrandOak_Herringbone-Balinese 5 Balinese
GrandOak_Herringbone-Black_Forest 6 Black Forest
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GrandOak_Herringbone-Gunsynd-Oak 2
GrandOak_Herringbone-Mink_Grey 3
GrandOak_Herringbone-Natural-Oak 4
GrandOak_Herringbone-Balinese 5
GrandOak_Herringbone-Black_Forest 6

GrandOak Herringbone

BRAND Australian Select Timbers



Inspired by classic French design, GrandOak Herringbone Collection highlights the natural and enduring beauty of oak from modern contemporary to classical heritage spaces. Each individual 750mm x 150mm herringbone board's textured grains, are highlighted in this timeless parquet style completed in a pre-finished UV lacquer. Five stunning colours are available in this spectacular collection.


20 Year Wear Warranty

Lifetime Warranty Domestic Use                  

10 Year Commercial Warranty 

GrandOak uses the proven superior method of a multi ply hardwood core, this unique assembling method creates a product more stable than that of a three ply construction. Multi ply construction is made up of multiple thin hardwood sheets that are arranged, glued and pressed with the grain running at right angles to the adjacent sheet. The more layers, used the superior the product. Creating a structurally stable board, and resulting in a product that is less susceptible to water ingression. Being engineered, the need for top nailing as in traditional wide board timbers is no longer required due to its stable construction.

Dining areas

Living areas



900mm x 150mm x 14.5mm

UV Lacquer

Wire Brushed

Matte Finish

No Nested Boards in Pack.

Packs contain 6x Left & 6x Right Tongues

Full trowel glue down installation required

Engineered Timber Flooring

An engineered timber floor is a 100% timber flooring product, but with all the benefits of modern technology. If you’re after a true timber floor, but want the practicality of modern techniques, then understanding what’s possible in an engineered timber floor is a great place to start.

Put simply, an engineered timber floor has a true timber top layer in your specified species, supported by plantation timber core materials. Depending on the floor this core might be a different kind of hardwood, or a plywood. What this means, is that you still get the timber you’re after, with a much more stable structure. One downfall of traditional solid flooring is that the grain ends aligned in one direction.

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