ter Hürne Design for your well-being home
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Symbiosis of nature and technology
How is the decor image created?
The process starts with the development of decors by the designers. They determine the colour, structure or features such as knots. The production of the decor image can be compared with the printing of the page of a newspaper. A roller prints the same content onto paper at regular intervals. We call this rotary printing. Obviously, this results in repetitions.
The production of rollers for decor printing is expensive. As a result, often only a few rollers are used per decor image. What is desirable in newspaper printing appears disruptive and unnatural here: striking features of the decor image that appear repeatedly in the floor. The alternative: Decor developers avoid these distinctive features to prevent the visible repetition effect in the floor surface.
Digital printing technology largely overcomes the ‘law of repetition’. Decor developers have greater creative scope and can express things that go beyond the limitations of rotary printing: decors that look natural on the installed surface.
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Matt looks more natural
Lacquers vary in their differing degrees of mattness. From high gloss or matt to extra matt lacquers, they all create their own style. The more glossy, the more sophisticated the surface looks. But: wood is not naturally glossy. Floors look more natural when the lacquer has a matter sheen.
To make Avatara as natural-looking as possible, we apply a matt finish to our surfaces.
OUR PLANK FORMATS AND DESIGNS
Classic timber floors comprise long wooden elements. They differ according to the formats and the laying patterns of these elements. They also differ between themselves in their length and width.