Yachting | 2020
Thomas Reiner is one of the most renowned restorers of historic parquet floors in Europe. His company “Antique Parquet”specialises in the salvage, professional restoration and collection of antique parquet and panel parquet floors and supplies these to renowned customers all over the world.
These historic wooden floors will enhance exquisite residences or yacht interiors with incomparable flair. Most floors in this form are unique, i.e. exist only once. If you are looking for something truly exceptional, if you want to do something for the environment and at the same time preserve increasingly scarce resources of the forests, then Antique Parquet is the right place for you. These floors are genuine handmade masterpieces which were reserved for the best properties in the highest circles.
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The top address for original, antique parquet floors and with the world’s largest collection, Antique Parquet has decades of experience in the sale, restoration, laying and adaptation of historic wooden floors. “Such historic wooden floors are a unique detail, an eye-catcher in any project. That’s why we strive to coordinate every aspect with our clients, or their architects and interior designers,” explains Thomas Reiner. Antique Parquet sells fully restored parquets. Each floor surface is finished according to the aes-thetic preferences of the customer, or refined according to my recommendations. “Let us know what technical preparations are required. The flexibility and material strength of the panels are unbelievable and can thus be used for underfloor heating as well, after appropriate preparation”.
Exclusive properties with floors by Antique Parquet can be found in London, Paris, Rome, Zürich, Hamburg, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Vienna, Kitzbühel, Stockholm, Monte Carlo, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Moscow, Panama,…all the way to the Middle East and Australia. These valuable floors are utterly unique elements, as well as highlights, for the ambience of every yacht, every property.