/Beaulieu Chantilly

Beaulieu Chantilly

From £80.50 /m² + VAT

Like its name, creamy and white, Chantilly is graceful and soft, offering a floor of intrigue and beauty.

Additional Information


Natural Grade: Healthy knots up to 60mm, open but filled knots up to 40mm, end cracks allowed up to 250mm, sapwood up to 1/3 of width.
Select Grade: Healthy knots up to 30mm, open but filled knots up to 10mm, no end cracks and sapwood up to 5% of board.
Prime Grade: Small healthy knots up to 10mm, no open knots, no end cracks and sapwood up to 5% of board.


Manoir is a plank that is ultra-wide 280/330/380mm mixed, ultra-long 2 to 4m and engineered with 3 layers – oak/birch plywood/oak. Our Manoir option is also available in our Chateaux finish – same specification as Manoir but with a traditional mill surface, three-dimensional finish and variable thickness between 19 and 23mm, £220.00 plus VAT.


Available in a variety of cassette designs. Click here to view the design options.

Optional Brushed Finish

The addition of a brushed finish to your oak floor enhances the grain and adds texture to the surface, providing extra durability.

Lead times

Plank – 5-6 weeks
Block, Chevron – 6-8 weeks
Manoir – 10 weeks

We recommend when ordering to include 5-10% for wastage & cuts.

Technical Information

 Engineered 16mmEngineered 20mm
Suitable for use with underfloor heating
Kiln dried to a moisture content 8-12%
Solid oak top layer thickness4mm6mm
End-matched timber (tongue & groove on 4 sides)
Random lengths up to 2.4m
Micro-bevelled board edges, as standard
Structural grade – install directly onto joists ≤ 400mm
Installation by secret nail onto suitable timber subfloor
Installation by gluing directly onto subfloor
Installation as a floating floor - room area ≤ 30m², room width ≤ 4.5m

Oak Fitting Guidelines

For information about preparation and installation of our oak flooring, see our Oak Fitting Guidelines

Finishing Touches

We supply an extensive range of standard and customised finishing touches for your floor, including stair treads, nosings and floor protection. For information, see Finishing Touches

Maintain your Floor

For information on how to care for your floor, see Maintain your Floor 

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