|Karndean Reclaimed / Salvage Blends|
|Korloc Rustic Blend|
|Da Vinci Reclaimed Scandi Blend|
|Van Gogh Barnwood Blend|
|Da Vinci Scandinavian Blend|
Huge Savings on Karndean Rustic Blend! - Save 30-60%!
Korlok Rustic Blend LVP is created from Karndean's brand new rigid core flooring collection - taking all of the best elements of a rigid core LVP floor, with the beautiful handcrafted designs and quality you'd expect from Karndean and blends together two of the most popular color styles to introduce an entirely new look!
Texas White Ash and Washed Grey Ash come together to bring a gorgeous rustic reclaimed look perfect for your home or office.
Blending products allow you to create a unique look without worrying about the lead times or price tags associated with a custom order. It also allows you to come to a happy medium if you’re torn between more than one color; enabling you to update your look without changing your entire style or existing furnishings. Reclaimed wood is sourced from a number of different locations, and features high color variation, which is a look that blending can help you achieve. Korlok Rustic Blend LVP Flooring is completely 100% waterproof, making it a great choice for rooms in the home prone to spills or splashes. K-Core - proprietary, waterproof rigid core technology allows for easy installation. With Korlok Rustic Blend you can transform the look of your room quickly and easily, meaning less disruption during installation. From design to functionality, beautiful blends click with Korlok!
Karndean Korloc Blend:
|Texas White Ash||Washed Grey Ash||Korlock Rustic Blend|
|RKP8105||RKP8104||RKP8105 - RKP8104|
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Interested in installing a blended floor? Let our knowledgeable and experienced flooring professionals help you with samples, due to the wide variety of colors between planks we want to be sure that the colors you want are the colors you get!
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