Dakota Cottage Oak
If you’re looking for flooring that will add character and depth to your home, look no further! Our Cottage Oak vinyl from the Dakota range is excellent quality, while creating a focal point in your home. This flooring is also slip resistant and features a thermal backing for underfoot comfort and warmth. By using a combination of creamy beige and neutral grey tones, this flooring will add charm to any space. This vinyl is great to visually lengthen a room or give a cosy feel. Its subtle brown undertones add dimension to this fresh and modern flooring. If you want on trend flooring for a fraction of the cost, vinyl is a great way to go. Don’t forget to take a look at our accessories page, to get the best results for your home.
This 2.8mm thick vinyl provides a solid underfoot feel, giving you support as you walk whilst also offering comfort for each step.
Durable Wear Layer
The 0.2mm wear layer on this vinyl keeps the design looking fresh and protects against daily wear and tear. Thicker wear layers improve the longevity of your vinyl!
R10 Slip Resistance is a standard grade for domestic flooring. It's best installed in Kitchens, Dining Rooms and Halls.
Excellent Slip Resistance
When kept clean and dry, this vinyl tile floor has excellent slip resistance. However, any spillages must be cleaned up immediately.
Durable & Hardwearing
This vinyl tile floor is incredibly durable and hardwearing, with great scratch and scuff resistance. This is a floor that needs the minimal amount of care and attention in any home!
5 Year Wear Warranty
This vinyl is protected by a 5 year wear warranty, guarding against excessive wear and damage caused by general traffic wear. Click here to find out more.
The above are estimate measures and costs. Please visit our Fitting Page for further information.
Our wear warranty has been created to provide you with peace of mind that our quality product is ready to stand the test of time.
With proper care and maintenance, we guarantee against any hidden defect that may adversely affect the life of the product.