Antique Oak - Enhanced Grain range
To be officially launched during Clerkenwell Design Week, Antique Oak’s natural, warm hues are similar to the tones of tropical hardwood, and the appearance is reminiscent of attractively aged flooring. Antique Oak boasts more tonal variation per individual board than any of the other colours in the Millboard range, providing a beautiful and organic look. The layered accents of Antique Oak integrate flawlessly into heritage designs but also serve as an ideal complement to the new, bold colour palettes being displayed at today’s contemporary garden shows.
This new shade joins Millboard’s popular Enhanced Grain range – a collection moulded from selected smooth timbers to showcase the natural grains and nuances perfectly. As with the rest of the collection, Antique Oak benefits from Millboard’s attention to detail and outstanding craftsmanship. These highly-durable decking boards are virtually indistinguishable from real wood, but unlike real wood or composite equivalents, won’t rot, split or warp. The material also requires minimal maintenance, is slip resistant with a high grip surface even in the wet, and is engineered to resist stains from food, drink and algae.
With these authentic good looks and performance attributes, it’s no surprise that Millboard is so beloved by architects, landscapers and homeowners. The complex multi-tones of Antique Oak have been a hit within Millboard’s focus groups, and the product is therefore expected to be a popular choice for both classic and cutting-edge garden designs.
Millboard will be announcing details of their Clerkenwell Design Week programme, including the launch of Antique Oak, over the coming weeks.
The Millboard Design Hub can be found at 63 Goswell Rd, London EC1V 7EN.