Precisely in connection with laminate floors in a wood look, it is not just the particularly natural appearance of the type of wood that is important. That is why we also have great focus on the surfaces appearing authentic. Here, our product palette extends from smooth surfaces to complicated structures where you can hardly tell the difference between them and real wood. It is the famous HARO quality that you feel. It is best if you, together with your HARO dealer, get an impression of the countless options available to you with HARO laminate floors.
With fine pores and silky matte shine.
With fine pores and a natural, elegant radiance.
Smooth without structure with a natural matte radiance.
Feels like the structure of real wood.
Like the structure of real wood. The matte look emphasizes the natural appearance.
A surface that looks as if the master carpenter had planed it.
Virtually no difference to real wood. Structure and pattern match. The degree of gloss is reminiscent of a lacquered surface.
Virtually no difference to real wood. Structure and pattern match. The surface has a natural oil character. In the case of a plank floor, there is also a faint shine in the pore.
A characteristic surface whose pore structure leaves a mark on things so that they can be felt. Through the interplay between the matte/shiny effects, the surface also gets a special patina.
Beveled edges at the ends and lengthwise
Not only on the long sides, but also across, the edges are chamfered - to achieve an even more plastic impression. The expert talks about beveled edges at the ends and along the length.