“Ushering light with its cooler color undertones, Vanilla Taupe brings to your environment the smooth elegance distinctive of European White Oak and the impressive durability of engineered hardwood flooring.
The light-toned hardwood boards of Vanilla Taupe flooring bring a measure of luminosity to the area, opening up the interior of any room, contributing to make it look and feel larger, less confined.
Expertly manufactured, Vanilla Taupe hardwood flooring features a multi-ply core that provides superior strength, stability and durability, and micro-beveled edges that create subtle, yet visually pleasant definition between planks. The 5-3/4” width of these hardwood boards, along with their random lengths ranging from 2 – 6 ft., enhance the visual appeal of the wood.
Vanilla Taupe hardwood planks are wire-brushed to give prominence to the tighter grain distinctive of the European White Oak, and feature a low gloss finish that accentuates the characteristic linear pattern of the wood. The result is stunning planks with slight variations in tone that provide dimension and richness to your floors, while ensuring the effective concealment of scratches and dirt.
Matching moldings for Vanilla Taupe are available in 8 ft. lengths to provide a continuous look to the area. Crafted to coordinate with Vanilla Taupe hardwood flooring’s color and style, these moldings have a big impact on the performance and overall visual appeal of the surface. They are a great finishing touch that allows for smooth transitions while protecting the areas exposed to wear and tear, contributing to maintain the original qualities of your floors.
Vanilla Taupe Engineered Hardwood Flooring is easy to care and maintain, and a great choice to create a stylish look and an uplifting ambience in residential and commercial environments. These boards retain their distinctive qualities and appearance with regular sweeping, dust mopping, and periodic cleaning with an approved hardwood floor cleaner. The hardwood boards of Vanilla Taupe engineered flooring are manufactured using EPA/TSCA Title VI compliant materials.”