Flexible Softwood


The appearance of spruce is characterized by a lively grain pattern and the typical softwood texture. The wood itself is relatively soft, making it best suited for less heavily used areas, such as bedrooms. However, due to sustainability and regional considerations, spruce is increasingly used in more heavily trafficked areas, developing a patina over time.


Benefits & Characteristics

  • Appearance: original & natural
  • Knots: lively with many knots
  • Maseration: typical softwood grain
  • Resilience: softwood, Brinell hardness 32 N/mm2
  • Length: 2480 / 3980 mm
  • Width: 190 mm
  • Thickness: 16 or 19 mm
  • Formats: Planks
  • Origin: sustainable forestry in mountainous regions in Northern, Central, and Southern Europe
  • Use: suitable for less stressed living areas such as bedrooms

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Great used look

Spruce Parquet

In the natural oiled version, it has a warm base tone, while the white oiled spruce is cool and light.

In both variations, this floor gains character from the patina that develops over time. This “used look” showcases the floor's natural beauty and makes it an individual piece. This look can be enhanced with our rough-sawn surface.

Spruce is increasingly used in minimalist living concepts as a contrasting element. Especially as a wall feature or in combination with exposed concrete, it creates a unique, modern aesthetic.

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Origin and Distribution

Spruces are mainly found in the mountainous regions of Northern, Central, and Southern Europe. Spruces can reach an impressive age of up to 600 years. In the past, spruces were frequently grown as monocultures in Austrian forestry due to their importance as a resource. In modern forestry, there is a shift towards mixed forests.