Depending on the specific collection, your floor is available in different grades. In other words, you can choose how many knots you want or how big they should be. Prime provides a sleek, polished look, while Natural B or Art+ have a more rustic look.
Ø knots: max. 25/64" (10 mm)
Ø knots: max. 25/32" (20 mm)
Ø knots: max. 1 31/32" (50 mm)
The details are not the details, they make the design! If desired, you can opt for an additional finish or a different bevel to subtly change the look of your floor.
1,5 x 3 mm // 0,6 x 0,1 in
2mm deep // 0,08 in
1 mm deep // 3/64"
2mm deep // 0,08 in
There are more determining factors for the appearance of a floor than just the colour. Certain finishing techniques can give your parquet floor a whole new dimension. Whether you want your floor brushed, aged or finished with a bandsaw, each technique will give your floor a unique, original look.
If you’re looking for a more robust, hand-crafted look, the bandsaw effect might be just the thing for you. The bandsaw creates fine lines on the surface, giving it the traditionally crafted look of freshly sawn floorboards.
Aged floorboards lend your interior that highly soughtafter touch of authenticity. The planks are placed in a drum with nails and pebbles. After this treatment, this results in a floorboard with dents, scratches and indentations which create a distinctive, aged hardwood floor.
The choice of pattern has a big impact on the look of an interior. The choice is yours and the possibilities are endless.
Belgiqa boards are available in many different widths. If you combine those with each other, it creates a beautiful and unique effect.
The most common parquet pattern for sleek and modern interiors.
Herringbone parquet fits in with every living style, from classic to modern. A herringbone parquet consists of elongated planks, which are laid against each other in a herringbone pattern.
A parquet floor in chevron consists of strips of the same dimensions, of which the ends are cut at an angle of 45° to 60° and that are laid parallel to each other to form parallel patterns.