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Parquet Flooing in French Patina Grey from Renaissance Parquet

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New Colour: French Patina Grey

Melbourne based French oak flooring specialists, Renaissance Parquet, have released a versatile new colour option for their solid and engineered parquet range.

The new shade, 'French Patina Grey', has been created through a proprietary technique developed by the company whereby the desired hue penetrates the entire board - allowing for a higher degree of colour steadfastness than competing products in the marketplace.

Crafted in Australia with imported rough-hewn oak from the ancient managed forests of Burgundy and Lorraine, the new lighter finish on the parquet evokes a more contemporary look - favoured by Parisian interior designers for the city apartments of well-heeled clients.

The traditional building materials and patterns (for example the classic 'herringbone' style) - combined with a lighter finish - provides the perfect canvas for this type of client to showcase their furniture, which is typically an eclectic mix of modern pieces and old timber family heirlooms.

Early feedback suggests the style resonates with Australian clients - who often have similar furnishing requirements and who also appreciate the brighter ambient light that is achieved.

As would be expected for an all-natural product, subtle variations in the grain and colour-take of the boarding are unavoidable. At the same time, this is the most highly sought-after feature of the product for the patina of solidity and age it lends to a project.

Local manufacturing ensures an unmatched level of client control over quality throughout the process.

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1A Mercer Road, Armadale 3143 VIC

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