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Why choose Flooring Samples?

When you decide to purchase a new wooden floor, you want to make the right choice in terms of colour, grain pattern, board width and style of flooring.  You have so many different styles of flooring to choose from:

Your choice is almost endless. First of all, you should have a look at different types of hardwood flooring to see which colours and styles you like.  This can easily be done online, but we would also recommend that you visit a showroom.  This is where the floors will be on display for you to look at properly.  Looking online can be a great starting point, but in addition, you should really see the colour and texture of the flooring in real life.  Then finally you should take some samples home with you.  This will allow you to look at the exact colour of the flooring in the light of your home, against any furniture or decorations.

Engineered Gold Oak Flooring

What is a flooring sample?

A flooring sample is part of the plank or block of flooring that has been cut to a smaller size.  It is perfect for you to look at in the comfort of your own home.

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Why should I choose a flooring sample?

Flooring samples are so important when choosing a new floor.  They will allow you to look at the colour and grain pattern of the floor.  You may know roughly what colour of floor you want, but the choices can still be endless.  For example, a popular choice at the moment is grey’ flooring.  There are endless shades of grey, ranging from Oak flooring with a hint of pale grey added, right through to a dark grey floor.  It really is advisable to order some samples, especially if you cannot make it into the showroom to see the floors.

Our samples are always a good representation of the final floor, but as with any natural product, you will need to be aware that colour variations are inevitable throughout.  This is due to the natural variations in the colour and grain pattern of the wood.

Solid Fingerjoint Oak Flooring
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