Kahrs grading, or selection, is the classification of wood floors according to their tone and pattern. These characteristics can be the main criteria of your choice: if the wood colour and texture are of importance when you are looking for a parquet floor for your home. Kahrs divides all its big range of wood floors into three selections:
1. City. These floors have a uniform and regular timber grade without variations in tone and pattern. They can be light or dark depending on the wood species. If you like a tranquil, uniform floor with even graining, take a look at the City selection.
2. Town. These floors are characterized by subtle variations in tone and pattern, but without knots. They form a classic backdrop, which sets the focus on the rest of the decoration. If you prefer a floor with minimal variations, look for a floor in the Town selection.
3. Country. These floors have more dramatic graining and greater colour variation. Knotted wood, spots, resin stains, coarse grains – all these details make the wood pattern unmistakably natural and bold. If you are striving for a more rustic look, choose a floor in the Country selection.
Nature is the main source of inspiration for Kahrs. The main principle of Swedish manufacturer has remained the same since 1857: Natural is best. This concerns the design of wood floors as well.
The unique installation system of Pedross skirting boards makes the wood flooring’s laying easy, quick and reliable.