OAK Country can be combined with various living styles and will suit a rustic alpine chalet just as well as a modern city apartment, allowing you to bring a piece of nature into your home.
Oak plays an important role in the portfolio of the Austrian natural wood flooring specialist, mafi. This native hardwood has a high density and hardness and is one of the most hard-wearing woods. This makes oak ideal for processing as parquet. It is also characterised by its beautiful colour and versatility. The colour spectrum of the oak wood ranges from rich yellow to light brown tones. mafi uses the entire tree for its products, ensuring that very different varieties – from elegant, pure quality to the rustic country house look – are available.
OAK Country planks from mafi enjoy great popularity thanks to their natural, authentic charisma. Knots and fissures – emphasised with black putty – provide the lively character of this natural wood flooring. OAK Country can be combined with various living styles and will suit a rustic alpine chalet just as well as a modern city apartment, allowing you to bring a piece of nature into your home.
The natural wooden floor OAK Country Vulcano gets its warm, chocolate brown subtleties through the "Vulcano" thermal treatment developed by mafi. The colour of the wood is changed through a refined, extremely gentle baking process. This is a completely natural process without any chemicals. The thermally treated, darker oak planks thus represent a responsible and ecological alternative to tropical woods. The wooden floors are refined by mafi using natural oils from renewable raw materials. The use of white oil creates more modern shades which feel right at home in contemporary interiors.
The natural resilience of the oak is complemented by the meticulous craft and the symmetrical 3-layer structure of the planks so typical of mafi floors, which ensures stability and longevity. OAK Country Vulcano natural wooden floor is therefore able to stand up to extreme demands – not just for use in private interiors, but also in the property sector.