Karndean's LooseLay Longboard is a collection of 20 kinds of wood featuring unique designs in a 1.5m long x 250mm wide format with excellent acoustic properties.
Making the most of the plank's size, each design displays intricate details found in the original woods that inspired the collection. Native Australian species are numerous in this range with Tasmanian Oak, Blackbutt and Spotted Gum all represented. Oaks from Europe and Heart Pine from the USA complete the offering to present a contemporary palette in a loose lay format for your floors.
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UK giant Karndean has evolved floors since late last century. They took the small thin vinyl planks that were growing in popularity around the world, and, in 2000, mega-sized them with the amazing “Grandewood” range (now known as Van Gogh).
After developing and expanding their ranges for a further 10 years, Karndean started trialling an innovative heavy weight and stabilised plank that was designed to be laid without adhesives or click-lock edges.
On November 28th 2011, Integra Floors installed the first Loose Lay flooring in Queensland at Brisbane Airport, and the rest is history!
Almost eight years later there have been over 40 assorted importers bring their “latest” Loose Lay floors into Australia.
Most of these disappeared as quickly as they appeared and this pattern continues to this day, sadly leaving many customers with no support or warranties.
Karndean’s 2016 Longboard version was the first loose lay to be made in 1500mm length and is still leading the pack with the most realistic planks on the market.
So buy the original Karndean loose lay from the only Australian flooring company that has been with them from the very start.