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This classic Taupe Oak offers distinctive detailing for a completely authentic looking floor - ideal for both contemporary and traditional projects.
Inspired by European Oak, these distressed planks feature unique grain details and are finished with a lightly brushed surface texture.
With all the benefits of Karndean LooseLay, the longer length of these planks (59.1”) allows for even quicker installation and is perfect for projects where you require an impressive floor but require as little downtime as possible. With its R10 slip rating and 15-year commercial warranty, you can be confident in specifying Taupe Oak for your next commercial project.
Karndean LooseLay is an innovative format of luxury vinyl flooring that's quick and easy to install. Featuring enhanced acoustic properties and excellent environmental credentials, Karndean LooseLay is perfect for both residential and commercial environments.
Karndean LooseLay has a 20 mil (0.55mm) wear layer and 0.18" (4.5mm) thickness. The wood planks come in a large 41.3" x 9.85" (1050mm x 250mm) format and the stone effect floor tiles are 19.7" x 24" (610mm x 50mm).
The Karndean LooseLay range has a 15 year commercial warranty. Our Warranty page has a more comprehensive description of our warranties.
Featuring enhanced acoustic properties and excellent environmental credentials, Karndean LooseLay has been tried and tested in several markets worldwide, proving itself to be an ideal flooring system.
Karndean LooseLay and Karndean LooseLay Longboard are: faster and easier to fit, suitable for raised access floors, easy and economical to repair, possible to install over most existing hard floors, requires little or no adhesives in most installations and is 100% recyclable. See all of the benefits of Karndean LooseLay here. Karndean LooseLay designs are available with a durable 0.55mm wear layer and R9 slip rating and LooseLay Longboard has a durable 0.55mm wear layer with R10 slip rating.
Karndean LooseLay tiles are multi-directional and can be laid in a brick lay, on a diagonal or in a herringbone.
To read further information on sub-floor preparation, installation and repair, please see our full Installation Guidelines.