Villeroy&Boch Flooring Line
A natural look with personality
The magic of a forest walk – Villeroy&Boch has captured it in clear forms and timeless laminate decors. Modern wood-based products combine the natural appearance of laminate with technical perfection in workmanship. Let yourself be enchanted by our laminate floors, by the warm aesthetic surfaces which are hard-wearing and easy-care at the same time, and by a unique room atmosphere full of lustre and comfort.
No wood is like another. Knots and irregular grains give these decors their natural, authentic look. COUNTRY is a robust floor: its hardwearing panels evoke a rustic ambience which can also compellingly underscore sleekly modern or imaginatively bold interiors.
Everything in perfect balance: the classy CONTEMPORARY decors conjure up tasteful interiors in which refined living culture can thrive. These panels’ exquisite surfaces, which perfectly replicate neatly laid, solid-wood boards, exude peace and constancy: floors that can continue to be enjoyed for a long, long time.
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Available in different shades, this highly up-to-date and yet classic- looking herringbone-flooring can be combined with practically any furnishing style. HERITAGE lends even the most minimalist ambience a subdued nuance of Art Deco and Art Nouveau. Inevitably, the panels arranged in staggered 90° angles recall the golden age of Viennese cafés, Italian opera houses and classical theatres without impairing the modernity of the interior.
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At home in the world. COSMOPOLITAN is persuasive with its blend of elegance and suitability for everyday use. This collection comprises six wood looks which ideally underscore rooms’ character.
Laminate flooring with surfaces tailored to your visions
When it comes to choosing your laminate flooring, the main differentiating feature is the surface of the decor. The first decision is whether you prefer a natural or a modern surface. The difference to real wood is barely noticeable to a non-expert eye. Modern laminate surfaces are becoming increasingly similar to their natural real wood counterparts.