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Trends in cork flooring focus on the classical cork styles on the one hand, and on the other hand they are also moving towards natural and highly authentic looking wood reproductions. As a parquet specialist HARO has a feel for the most beautiful and natural wood styles. The new narrow board format makes the resemblance to wood floors even more striking.
Cork flooring is in line with the latest trends. Natural, sustainable, healthy and versatile, it is a true multi-talent. The raw material is 100 % natural and a renewable resource in the true sense of the word: It is made from the bark of the cork oak and harvested without felling the trees.

For Haro, a full-range provider of floors, cork floors are still a niche product to complete the range of hard floor coverings. Haro has had the impression that the market has been under pressure, but, since Haro's cork floors have a profile in the higher segment, sales have certainly not been disappointing.

At Van Avermaet they have noticed that the cork market is growing steadily, even if this growth is less sharp than in the period from 1993 to 2008. The turnover of cork is also rising because cork is used in all sorts of other floor coverings.

Amorim has continually developed its products in recent years. This means the company now has an extensive supply programme which is perfectly geared to what consumers now expect from a comfortable, durable, and trendy floor.

For Haro, a full-range provider of floors, cork floors are still a niche product to complete the range of hard floor coverings. Haro has had the impression that the market has been under pressure, but, since Haro's cork floors have a profile in the higher segment, sales have certainly not been disappointing. Haro presents exclusively cork floors in a three-layer application with an HDF core.