Moda Sorrento Herringbone

Moda Sorrento Herringbone
Moda Sorrento Herringbone


Golden and timeless like a radiant sunset over the Mediterranean, Sorrento Herringbone is a warming, natural-toned timber that brings nature's soft touch to any project. Sorrento Herringbone comes in a light feature grade meaning it has minmal knots and feature throughout the planks, resulting in a seamless elegant look. A luxurious Silkmatte finish provides the raw and untouched look of an oil but with added durability and repairability, whilst a lightly brushed surface gives subtle texture to the wood's natural grain pattern. Periodic maintenance is required to nourish and protect the beautiful raw-look finish. Sorrento Herringbone will look the part in many interior styles, from classic to contemporary, modern and beyond.

PLEASE NOTE: Images for this product are representative of colour only. Product will be supplied in light feature grade which has additional minor knots and feature compared to the images. Please order a sample or visit one of our showrooms to view actual product.

  • Price POA
  • Availability Stocked product
  • Unit Size 1.613m2 pack
  • Min Order Qty 1 pack
  • Code MOSHP



Collection NameModa Product NameSorrento Herringbone Product CodeMOSFH Product TypeEngineered Plank ConstructionMulti-layer (sandwich core)


Width127mm Thickness16mm Length635mm Wear Layer4mm solid European Oak (FSC certified) Core12mm Marine grade Birch plywood (FSC certified) Re-sandsApprox 2-3


SpeciesEuropean Oak Wood GradeLight feature Grade Description Filler ColourLight brown Surface TextureLightly brushed Edge StyleMicro-bevel 4 sides (0.5mm)


StatusPre-finished FinishSilkMatte (4 layers UV cured polyurethane) SheenExtra matte (2-7% gloss)


Manufactured InEurope


Suitable UsesResidential & Commercial Suitable ApplicationsFlooring, walls, ceilings & more Suitable SubstratesPlywood, particle board, concrete, existing timber Joint ProfileTongue & groove (4 sides) Installation MethodDirect Stick / Glue Down Underfloor Heating CompatibilityHydronic type, Electric set in screed (enquire for others) Wet Area SuitabilityContact us for information


Unit TypePack Quantity per Unit1.613m2 Contents Breakdown10 right boards / 10 left Weight19kg


Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years


FSC CertifiedYes CoC CertifiedYes FormaldehydeNo Added Formaldehyde Forté Replanting Initiative We re-plant what we use. Find out more

Technical Specs

Reaction to Fire (Flooring)

ISO 9239-1 Critical Radiant Flux 4.32kw/m2 (average)

Reaction to Fire (Walls & Ceilings)

ISO 9705Group 3 / Class Dfl-s1 (Group 1 for can be achieved with intumescent coating)

Thermal Resistance

EN 143420.104 m2 K/W

Thermal Conductivity

EN 143420.154 W/(mK)

Slip Resistance

AS/NZS 4586 Dry Floor Friction Test (FFT)0.75 COF - Classification F (Moderate to very low) AS/NZS 4586 Wet Pendulum Test (PTV)48 SRV - Classification W (Low)

Resistance to Chemicals

13442Class 5 (except blue ink)

Formaldehyde Emission

EN 14342E1

Pentachlorophenol Content

EN 14342None


Buyer Awareness

As this is a natural product you may experience the following:

Colour and Grain Variation
Wood is a natural product and will vary in colour and grain pattern from piece to piece. Please understand that this product will differ to what is represented in a display panel or sample. This variation is part of the natural look and should not be considered a fault.

Batch Variation
There may be a variation in colour between batches - it is recommended to request a current batch sample if this is of concern to you. Please note: There will be colour variation between boards which cannot be represented from a small sample.

Fading/Darkening over Time
Natural wood products react to sunlight, resulting in fading or darkening over time. For example, a natural non-coloured Oak turns more golden from sunlight exposure. This is a naturally occuring process and is not considered a product fault. In general, lighter colours tend to darken while darker colours are more likely to fade.

Moda Sorrento Herringbone
PLEASE NOTE: When calculating square meterage required you will need to allow extra for wastage. General rule of thumb is to allow 10% extra for square rooms, 15%+ extra for rooms with curved or angled walls and 15%+ extra for stairs.