Read on to find out about the launch of the new Antique Floors Showroom.
November 4th, 2009
Antique Floors has been supplying Australia’s Architects and Designers with the finest quality flooring solutions for over 13 years. Founded by Swedish-born John Fredriksson, the company produces handcrafted timber flooring, creating ‘truly bespoke floors’ for any environment.
Antique Floors is not just a name, the company uses genuine reclaimed timber, which is cut to size, sanded by hand and restored with natural oils to create unique floor designs.
With a focus on serving Architects and Designers, Antique Floors announce the imminent launch of their new showroom in Balmain, Sydney. This exceptional gallery-style environment is aimed at enhancing the experience of selecting hardwood flooring.
On display is a range of handcrafted floors in traditional European patterns made from century-old oak and Australian timbers rescued from Heritage buildings and old woolsheds, as well as wide French Oak boards. A selection of these beautiful floors are displayed as different home environments including a dining room, library, music room, French Provincial Salon, wine cellar and outdoor deck.
The company custom-make dining tables, libraries, wine cellars and display a wide range of bespoke furniture. Also on show at the new Balmain showroom will be Antique Floors’ latest offering – a unique leather floor imported from Portugal.
Antique Floors invite you to visit their new showroom to see their range for yourself. If you are interested in attending the showroom launch on Thursday 19 November 2009 simply click here to receive your invitation, or click here to arrange a viewing of the showroom at a time convenient for you.
73 Beattie Street, Balmain’¨
NSW 2041 Australia
(61 2) 9810 8838
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