Kährs Master Range includes three floor collections, for home and commercial use – for stick-down installation.
Kährs 3-layer Core Products collections are suitable for home and commercial use – for floating or stick-down installation.
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Kährs Oak Arctic, Gold Award winner for ‘Best Flooring’ in the House Beautiful Awards 2014.
A collection of classic floors based on the magnificent floor styles of bygone periods.
Oak is enhanced when brushed, stained and the board is given bevelled edges.
We are dedicated to finding the most environmentally-friendly ways to produce our floors. We call it Beauty with a Conscience.
Learn more about our environmental initiatives
The appearance of any wood floor depends on a number of factors, such as the wood species, grain, knots etc.
Read more about our Board Patterns and Refining Treatment
Our floors are durable and easy to keep clean. With proper maintenance, your wood floor will retain its beauty for years to come.
With skirting boards you can create the final touch – not only to the floor, but also to the whole room.
Find out more about our Skirtings and Mouldings
Kährs only makes wood floors, a renewable flooring material.
Our wood species
Multi-layer construction provides more stability than solid flooring, even when temperatures and ambient humidity vary according to season.
The best climate stability
Kährs is one of the oldest manufacturers of wood floors in the world. It is also one of the most innovative.
The surface treatment you select for your floor affects the natural beauty and durability of the wood.
Read more about our Surface Treatment
The best of nature refined by Kährs of Sweden.
Read Kährs magazine and get inspired
Installing a Kährs floor is easy. The boards are joined together mechanically, using practically invisible joints.
Woodloc® 5S is the latest innovative glue-free joint system, with a special locking tongue to create even stronger joints.
Find out more about our Joint Systems
Take a quick tour in our factory in Nybro.
From the forest to the living room