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PANAGET ZENITUDE FLANELLE Engineered Hardwood Flooring


Immerse yourself in the tranquility of French nature with Panaget Zenitude Flanelle flooring. Sourced from sustainably managed forests in France, this engineered hardwood masterpiece offers a perfect combination of luxury, performance, and natural beauty.

  • Extra-wide plank design: At 7 1/4" (184mm) wide, each plank creates a luxurious, expansive feel that instantly elevates any room. This extra-wide format minimizes busy lines and showcases the natural beauty of the wood grain.
  • Four-beveled edges: Each plank features four beveled edges, adding subtle definition and creating a distinct, individual look. The beveled edges also help to enhance the sense of width and dimension of the planks.
  • Warm, inviting oil finish: The oil finish enhances the natural beauty of the French Oak, showcasing its unique variations in grain patterns and color tones. The oil finish also provides a subtle sheen and a warm, inviting feel underfoot.
  • Engineered for stability and durability: The 9/16" (14mm) thickness provides excellent stability underfoot, ensuring a comfortable walking experience. The 1/7" (3.4mm) top wear layer is crafted from real hardwood, offering superior durability and resistance to everyday wear and tear. This makes Panaget Zenitude Flanelle a great choice for busy households.
  • Random length planks: The planks come in random lengths varying from 19" to 78" (500 to 2000mm). This variation adds a natural, organic look and ensures your floor is one-of-a-kind.

Panaget Zenitude Flanelle flooring is a perfect choice for homeowners who desire a luxurious, high-performance floor that celebrates the beauty of natural materials. It's ideal for living areas, bedrooms, and even light commercial applications.

  • Description

    Engineered extra-wide single plank. 4 bevels

    thickness: 9/16" (14 mm)

    top layer: 1/7" (3.4 mm)

    width: 7 1/4" (184 mm)

    lengths: random from 19" to 78" (500 to 2000 mm)

    finish: oil

    wood sourced in France

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