Every plank is one of a kind
Our colours are created by nature. Based on the five primary floor colours and natural, white, grey, dark and brown colour families, a rich and varied colour world encompassing 27 different colours opens up in perfect harmony with wood as a raw material.
No piece of wood is like another. And depending on where in the tree trunk a plank’s wood has grown, it has a very unique look. The grading designation provides some information about this wood’s natural appearance. It is based on the number of open cracks and knots, for example, or small colour differences in the wood. Our floors are available in five grades (and two co-grades derived therefrom).
Oak plays a crucial role in our range and it’s no wonder really. With its excellent properties and a wide array of processing and finishing options, oak is one of the most diverse types of wood available. Our portfolio of wood types is completed by ash, walnut and larch: a light and dark hardwood, and an expressive softwood.
Sanded smooth As the name suggests, this surface is sanded very smoothly and is therefore particularly elegant and uniform. As with all HAIN natural floors, the natural oil finish gives the wood a completely natural look.
Brushed With brushed parquet, the very soft wooden parts are brushed out. This emphasises the grain of the wood.
Rough grain Rough-grained parquet planks have a concise, undulating structure that gives the floor its individual character.
Planed This surface structure is planed into the wood. For HAIN parquet featuring this structure, some irregular planning strokes are quite intentional, as they create a natural and authentic look.
Vintage Parquet planks with a vintage structure boast a fashionable used look. They do not appear as if they came fresh from the workshop; their surface already shows slight traces of wear and tear, making them very cosy and somewhat rustic.