Engineered with colour.
April 8th, 2010
Big River Group’s Engineered timber is now available in a beautiful range of pre-stained colours.
The ‘Armourfloor Moda’ range combines all the strength and beauty of the Armourfloor engineered hardwood timber with a selection of 10 rich stain colours to complement any design.
The collection of colours includes the sultry off-white hue of ‘Ashen’ – perfect for everything from shabby-chic beach house inspired interiors to breathing a fresh airiness into a dark space – while the night-dark brown of ‘Chinotto’ adds an elegant touch when paired with the lighter ‘Chimnea’ stained boards.
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