Khayeri presents 2020 Interior Design Trends in Flooring
Jan 23 2020
event: reception in-person

Khayeri Flooring is proud to showcase the newest flooring creations and innovations for 2020. Extracted from rare, historic farmhouses throughout the Netherlands, Belgium, and France, everything from the exclusive Reclaimed Collection is sourced from three-hundred-year-old French White Oak, delicately hand-finished while still preserving its elegant natural reclaimed characteristics of rich texture, knots, and deep variation in tonality. The three-hundred-year-old Reclaimed Collection promises to inspire all design styles by blending the historic French Oak with the latest Khayeri Flooring signature colours and finishes.

Khayeri Flooring will also be unveiling the new Bespoke Collection, which gives the discerning Khayeri customers the ability to truly customize their floors and make them exquisitely unique.

Furthermore, Khayeri will introduce you to their exclusive signature collections.

Memories of Versailles Collection is synonymous with extravagant opulence; each plank of Versailles hardwood flooring is an artisan masterpiece. Custom-made in the Netherlands, this collection features premium, sustainable, old-growth French White Oak cold pressed on 100% Baltic Marine Birch backing for ultimate structural support.

Memories of Scandinavia Collection, inspired by travels through Norway and Denmark, demonstrates a uniquely seamless design with sanded smooth flooring and signature no beveling, this line creates an effortless sense of balance that is both timeless and beautiful. Combining the sophistication of wide & long plank flooring with choice of seamless smooth or lightly brushed two-toned design, Scandinavian serenity reigns supreme here – laying the groundwork for a transitional or contemporary sleek home.

Come visit us to talk about 2020 Flooring Trends and so much more at our showroom in Toronto’s Design District at 1310 Castlefield Avenue.



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