Following the huge interest in Hygge last year, interiors are continuing the cosy theme, with a chic edge.
Pale, chalky paint colours and elegant, contemporary furnishings are contrasting with knotty, vintage-look boards, like Kährs Oak Sparuto, to soften the look.
Floors like Oak Sparuto work really well with modern ‘rural’ style.
A combination of rich wood tone, an undulating, knotty texture and a tactile, oiled finish provide a beautiful and natural addition to these schemes.
Wool and linen fabrics, and homespun wickerwork can also be used to balance harder architectural elements like chrome, enamel and Polypropylene.
Part of Kährs Da Capo Collection, Oak Sparuto has a one-strip, plank format and a bevelled edge.
Finishing treatments – including brushing, handscraping and smoking – and a nature oil pre-finish accentuate the wood’s rustic grain.
Sparuto is one of the collection’s darkest floors; mid golden tones and white-washed designs also feature the distinct Da Capo finish.