Hickory Impressions Homestead

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Homestead-Chestnut 5 Chestnut
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Homestead-Greystone 8 Greystone
Homestead-Walnut 9 Walnut
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Homestead-Savannah 11 Savannah
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Hickory Impressions Homestead

BRAND Australian Select Timbers



Hickory Impressions Classique is hardened by nature and will withstand the rigours of today’s busy lifestyles. With similar texture as European Oak and unique colours, plus high stability and durability, Hickory Impressions Classique ticks all the boxes.


20 Year Wear Warranty

Lifetime Warranty Domestic Use                  

10 Year Commercial Warranty 

Hickory hardwood is crafted using the tongue & groove (T&G) joining system, which creates an old rustic look along the edge of the board. It is skillfully produced with round edges to replicate the floor from the antique impressionist era of the 17th century.

Hickory’s hardwood T&G joining system replicates the installation of solid timber flooring. PVA glue is applied along the groove of each board and gently tapped together with a hammer. This old but proven system produces an antique look which is durable and strong.

Hickory hardwood floors stand the test of time, and will provide elegance and rustic antique charm that hardwood offers in everyday living.

Dining areas

Living areas



2100mm x 178mm x 12mm

UV Lacquer

Wire Brushed

Hand scarped

Matte Finish

Rustic Style

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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