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Bruce Laminate Park Avenue

Bruce Laminate Park Avenue
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Like its famous namesake thoroughfare, Bruce Park Avenue laminate flooring collection is sophisticated, modern, and elegant. The collection offers the exotic look of rare hardwoods, but in a more durable and economical laminate form. These lush laminates are ideal for use in high traffic areas throughout the home – from the kitchen to the bedroom. The planks in this collection measure 12mm thick, which affords superior durability and scratch resistance.

The collection is available in seven unique shades, which means there is sure to be a color choice to please any taste. For designers looking for a lighter natural look, Park Avenue Makore is a great option. This soft brown exotic wood look provides warm tones that complement nearly any décor scheme. Ironwood Natural offers a dramatic contrast with a light brownish-gold tone heavily grained by dark brown streaks running across the plank in thick waves. Wenge and Mocha Maple compete for the spot of the darkest color option. The former is a coffee-like shade of deep brown that allows the darker grain lines to subtly peer through the primary mocha color. Meanwhile, Wenge is more of a dark chocolate with hints of lighter brown mixed in with heavy charcoal graining giving the wood an overall bold look. Pradoo is a unique looking exotic wood with a name to match. Reddish-gold tones make up the overall color with unique graining waves and wakes flowing throughout the plank, giving the wood a rather unique look with its graining patterns. Keeping it simple but enjoying the exotic look, Exotic Walnut is a smoother wood with golden-brown being the primarily dominant color with hints of grey graining overlay dominating this look.

Brue Park Avenue comes in a simple, standard width size of 5”. Though the woods are exotic, the size is familiar. The length is dependent upon your project needs, so the sky is (nearly) the limit!