New York

New York City is known to many as the fashion capital of the world. The New York collection by Dansk Hardwood allows you to harness the spirit of NYC by bringing style and sophistication to your home. The colour palette moves from stark whites of a trendy downtown loft to rich traditional browns found on the Upper East Side.

Indoor Air Quality

Dansk Hardwood meets E0 standards with no added formaldehyde and is also CARB 2 compliant and CE Certified.


Finished with eight coats of premium anti-scratch UV coating with aluminum oxide, ensuring your floor will receive maximum protection without sacrificing the natural beauty of the wood.

Environmentally Friendly

In a traditional solid hardwood floor, most of the premium wood is wasted below the pre-finished surface. Dansk Hardwood uses premium hardwood only for the wear layer, conserving more of our trees and forests.

Flexible Installation

Installation Method (as to NWFA standards): NAIL / STAPLE / CLEAT / GLUE / FLOAT ON, ABOVE OR BELOW GRADE. All Dansk Hardwood flooring requires a stable environment where humidity levels must be maintained between 35% and 55% RH.

Technical Specifications

  • New York by Dansk

  • Engineered, Wire Brushed, Plywood Core

  • White Oak

  • 190mm (7.5″)

  • 12mm (1/2″)

  • 2mm

  • 600mm (1.97ft) to 1900mm (6.25ft)

  • 8 Coats of Premium Anti Scratch Urethane

  • 25 Year Limited Residential Wear & Lifetime Limited Structural Integrity Warranty

  • Float, Glue, or Staple, on, above or below grade. Approved over Hydronic radiant heat systems within compliance of NWFA guidelines.

  • Harlem Grey, Liberty Natural, Queens Taupe, Soho Beige

More Information

The patterns and colour variations created in a living tree are, like all of nature, never repeated. Remember that your newly installed floor will vary from samples or pictures in brochures. One cannot expect uniformity from hardwood. Accept instead, all of a hardwoods beautiful natural variations.

This product is manufactured in accordance with industry standards, which permit a defect tolerance not to exceed 5%. The defects may be of any type, whether manufactured or natural.