Artiste Monet

Artiste Monet
Artiste MonetArtiste Monet


Bring the light inside with Monet, a wide plank golden-hued timber that radiates warmth, texture and artisanal mastery. Monet's rustic-grade Oak wear layer has been lightly smoked, resulting in a slight darkening of the wood colour throughout together with increased colour variation. The surface is heavily brushed to reveal the natural wood grain texture, whilst a special coating replicates the colour of raw unfinished Oak. Knots and tonal differences are celebrated - not erased. Together with an undulating surface and original saw-markings, you have a look that is reminiscent of hand-cut timber from days gone by. No matter your interior's style, Monet's saturated hues will bring it to life.

  • Engineered timber product
  • Rustic grade smoked European Oak wear layer
  • Wide range of colour variation within and between boards
  • Undulating surface with occasional saw-marks
  • Shrunken knots and cracks for an authentic aged look
  • Deep wood grain textured surface
  • Durable lacquer finish with the appearance of an oil
  • Sustainably sourced, no added formaldehyde

  • Price POA
  • Availability Stocked product
  • Unit Size 2.411m2
  • Code AR-MRP



CollectionArtiste Product NameMonet Plank Product CodeAR-MRP Product TypeEngineered Plank Manufactured InEurope


Suitable UsesResidential & Commercial Suitable ApplicationsFlooring, walls, ceilings & more Suitable SubstratesPlywood, particle board, concrete, existing timber - enquire for others Underfloor Heating CompatibilityNot compatible Wet Area SuitabilityContact us for information


Dimensions20mm H x 250mm W, 2205mm or 2480mm L (see Packaging section for lengths breakdown) % of ShortsUp to 25% Composition5.5mm solid Oak wear layer, 14.5mm Birch plywood base Re-sandsApprox 4-5 SpeciesEuropean Oak TreatmentSmoked GradeRustic (grades may vary between brands, see Grade Specifications section below for info about this grade) StatusPre-finished Finish TypeLacquer SheenExtra matte Surface TextureUndulating surface, occasional saw-markings, deep wood grain texture Edge StyleMicro-bevel 4 sides

Grade Specifications

VariationUnlimited colour and grain variation SapwoodNone Tight KnotsUp to 50mm diameter Cracks & Loose KnotsUp to 25mm diameter filled End CracksOccasional levelled up to approx. 150mm (but not usual)


Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years


Sustainably SourcedYes FormaldehydeNo added Formaldehyde Forté Replanting Initiative We re-plant what we use. Find out more


Joint ProfileTongue & groove (4 sides) Installation MethodDirect Stick / Glue Down (double stick for multi-level)


Supplied In2.411m2 packs Pack Dimensions86mm H x 260mm W x 2480mm Contents Breakdown 3 full lengths + up to 1 split length Weight37.2kg

Technical Specs

NZ Standards

Reaction to Fire
ISO 9239-1 Flooring
Critical Flux 2.2kw/m2 (generic) Class Dfl-s1
Reaction to Fire
ISO 9705 - Walls & Ceilings
Group 3
Slip Resistance
AS/NZS 4586 - Dry Test
0.55 COF - Classification F (Moderate to very low)
Slip Resistance
AS/NZS 4586 - Wet Test
35 SRV - Classification X (Moderate)

European & Other Ratings

Formaldehyde Emission
E1 & CARB-2 Compliant


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.

Artiste Monet
PLEASE NOTE: When calculating square meterage required you will need to allow extra for wastage.