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Fjor - Foss
As seen in Living Etc

The October issue of Living Etc magazine has included the Scandinavian style wood range Fjor. The popular choice Foss, was included in a wood feature.

PUBLISHED ON 06/09/2017 BY Kersaint Cobb
Add a touch of luxury to your home with the NEW Seasilk collection

Seasilk is the ideal solution for busy homeowners looking for easy to clean flooring or durability against everyday spillages. Not only is it practical, Seasilk is also incredibly soft underfoot, making it a desirable option for bedrooms, living rooms and more.

Available in 6 colours and in 3 different weaves, the Seasilk collection is the right choice for any high traffic area as it focuses on durability and high performance, without compromising on style and comfort. Seasilk also has a 'class 31' commercial rating, making it the ideal choice for a busy family home, boutique hotel or even a superyacht.

PUBLISHED ON 09/06/2017 BY Kersaint Cobb
Perfect parquet
Perfect Parquet

The ideal solution for the look of traditional flooring but without complicated installation, Kersaint Cobb has the answer with the Heritage Parquet solid oak collection. A classic parquet flooring range made of quality solid oak, Heritage is available in six geometric designs, including double and single herringbone, narrow staves English pattern, square mosaic, English pattern and end grain.

With traditional parquet flooring usually requiring the placement and securing of each individual slat, Kersaint Cobb have innovatively developed a quick and straightforward installation process for Heritage. Able to save on time without sacrificing the quality of this sophisticated look, the collection boasts a unique mesh backed format which allows for the stave blocks to be placed together and simply glued down.

PUBLISHED ON 01/06/2017 BY Kersaint Cobb
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