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Angela Collins of Cape Town writes
We’re renovating and I’m searching for pure white vinyl floorboards – everything I’ve come across is cream or has grey in it. I’d like them to have the look of a wooden floorboard that’s been painted white. Any suggestions?
Sasha Kozinsky, managing director at FinFloor, replies
White brightens up your environment, making rooms appear bigger and creating a relaxed atmosphere. It’s also versatile and works with a variety of décor styles, from beach homes to contemporary spaces. FinFloor offers a variety of white flooring planks (wooden, vinyl and laminate) to choose from. Here are some of our latest products:
Wood Durable, timeless and elegant, wood will give any space a luxurious feel; choose from a variety of FinOak flooring options available in varying sizes and thicknesses. It’s stained with Rubio Monocoat to the desired shade or tone of white you require; we recommend White, White 5%, Super White, Corn Silk or Cotton White.
Rigidcore vinyl These planks, made of a stone plastic composite vinyl, offer a more durable and stable floor that outperforms other classes of vinyl tiles under hotter temperatures and in wetter climates. They can be installed throughout your home, including bathrooms and kitchens. We recommend Alabaster, the lightest colour available in this range.
Laminate These boards are made of a high-density fibre board which consists of refined wood and high-quality melamine resin. They are re-composed wood-fibre boards which use all parts of the tree. We recommend the Authentic Herringbone range in White Herringbone, or the Supreme Laminate Flooring range in the colours Wheat and Athens Oak.