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Popular Wooden Floors

Wooden floors have been popular for decades.  They can really transform any room, giving a feel of luxury and sophistication.  As wood is a natural product, it tends not to go in and out of fashion.  It matches most colour schemes and decors and can last for a lifetime if looked after properly.

Here are some of the most popular floors:


Engineered Natural Oak 

Firstly, the natural colour of this Oak flooring is timeless and elegant.  Furthermore, the planks are engineered, giving you more versatility on how and where you can use the floor.  Finally, the surface has been lightly brushed, highlighting the Oak’s natural beauty.

Brushed and Oiled Honey Oak

This honey-coloured Oak has been stained to give these warming caramel tones.  It is a great alternative to the usual golden Oak shades. If you are looking for something slightly different that will add warmth and character, then this is a great choice.

Engineered Parquet Block Oak 

Parquet block flooring is such a versatile choice.  You can create different geometric patterns with these small blocks of floor.  Furthermore, the Oak has been finished with a protective layer of UV oil.  This amazing floor can be used with underfloor heating too.

Chocolate Coloured Engineered Oak

For a darker coloured floor, this stained Oak will give you rich and warm chocolate tones running throughout. The planks are engineered so it can be used with underfloor heating, and it has an easy to use click fitting system.



Solid Antique Oak Flooring

This solid oak has been stained to give it a darker, brown colour.  To give it an authentic antique look, the surface has also been hand scraped which adds extra definition and highlights the naturally beauty of the wood.


Chevron Oak Flooring 

Finally, a chevron style of flooring can look stunning in your home.  The small planks are fitted into a chevron ‘V’ shape.  The surface of the Oak has been left unfinished, so that you can add your own colour stain and protective oil.

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