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Enter this fantastic competition to be in with a chance of transforming your home with this rustic and characterful range of engineered oak planks

Win Kahrs flooring

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From traditional schemes to modern spaces, a wood floor looks great and brings comfort and a sense of well-being to all styles of interiors; keeping your feet warm on chilly days and refreshingly cool during hotter weather.

The Vedbo engineered oak design, by Swedish manufacturer Kährs, has all the natural beauty of real wood, with naturally occurring knots, graining and a brushed and hand-scraped surface to enhance its texture and character. Finished with a natural oil to create a golden honey finish, it’s durable, easy to clean and will retain its beauty for years to come.

Just one of 11 designs from Kährs’ Småland Collection, Vedbo is made from sustainable oak, with a pine and spruce middle layer. Easy to install using Woodloc, the company’s innovative locking joint system, the single planks are bevelled on all four sides for an authentic look.

Kährs offers hundreds of different styles of engineered wood flooring made from a range of species and with various surface treatments. As wood is a natural material it can be affected by swelling and shrinking, depending on changes in humidity. But the multilayered construction of Kährs engineered flooring minimises this movement, ensuring it remains stable in all conditions, meaning the floor can be used with underfloor heating systems.

For more information, call 02392 453 045 or visit Kahrs.com.

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Terms and Conditions One winner will be chosen at random. The prize value is £7000. Delivery of prize is subject to availability and it is not guaranteed that all items will be delivered together. All stock subject to availabilty. Prize is non-refundable or transferable and no cash or voucher alternative is available. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Promotion is open to UK residents aged 18 years and over.

The prize offer is valid until 19th October 2018. Entries that are incomplete or answered incorrectly will not be accepted. Kahrs will liaise with the winner and work with them to organise delivery. Entry excludes employees of Grand Designs Magazine, Media 10, Kahrs, members of their families, their agents, and anyone directly involved with this promotion. No purchase necessary. One entry per household. No bulk or third-party entries. 

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