Deco Parquet brings together our finest surfaces from the wild grained American black walnut to the deep lustres created by fumed, stained, brushed or distressed European rustic oaks. Finished with coats of durable, grain enhancing natural oil or protective lacquered varnish. Design your floor space the way you want it with our modern twist on traditional parquet flooring. Deco Parquet precision milled engineered blocks have a universal fitting system that creates the perfect herringbone floor as well as many new patterns. The Deco Parquet finishes are available in our matching Deco Plank.
These slender engineered strips of oak are packed full of character. The more narrow proportions have an elongating effect that accentuates the rustic grain, creating a delicate multi directional pattern across the floor space. These floors are FSC® 100% Certified.
Our Chevron floors are a modern take on the classic 17th Century French Herringbone. Precision engineered oak parquet strips with a choice of two different angled header joints finished with hardwax oil.
The Alpine Collection features a range of rustic oak and walnut engineered wood floor planks and our new Alpine Lock floors. Alpine wood floors are available in a range of sizes, surface finishes and colour tones to suit your preferred wood floor style.
Deco Plank brings together our finest surfaces from the wild grained American black walnut to the deep lustres created by fumed, stained, brushed or distressed European rustic oaks. Finished with coats of durable, grain enhancing natural oil or protective lacquered varnish, these wide boards are also available in our matching Deco Parquet to be installed together or as stand alone floors in any interior space.
Extra long engineered planks with slender proportions and tactile brushed surfaces, made with European oak tops finished in various natural tones and sealed with coats of hardwearing lacquer. Installation is simplified with the addition of a 5Gc glue less locking system.
The Urban Nature wood floor collection features rich textured oak surfaces, inspired by cityscapes reclaimed by nature. Hand finished techniques are used to create high quality wood flooring and the collection includes distressed, weathered, aged and contemporary styles.
These floors can bring warmth to rooms with rich earthy tones created with natural oil stains and smoke curing techniques which react with the tannins in the timber. Our dark floors range in shades from deep browns with antiqued effects to red and golden hues and even contrasting blackened surfaces which add style and drama to bold designs.
We source all of our oak from well managed European forests, selecting timber that is warm in tone and rich in rustic character. The oak is treated simply and with the utmost respect for the surface grain. Lacquer or oil is used to seal and protect but most importantly to enhance the natural beauty of pure oak.
Grey comes in many shades of light and dark and works beautifully with warm base tones of our European Oak surfaces. Light greys add a faded industrial aesthetic perfect for minimal designs. While deep grey can be brushed into natural grains adding a contemporary edge to rustic oak planks and parquet blocks.
Creating light floors requires a deep understanding of how the raw timber reacts to lacquers and oil finishes. We offer a range of light floors which maintain the look of raw untreated oak with it's pale washed out tones while still giving a hard wearing floor surface that are both beautiful and practical to live on.
White floors open up spaces and flood buildings with light to create a real feeling of spring and summer even on the darkest winter days. Oak can be treated with reactive dyes which give a bleaching effect whilst white stain is applied by rollers and buffed in to penetrate the top surface of the board and then sealed with either oil or lacquer, resulting in extra emphasis of the natural figure of the wood.
Laminate Wood Plank. Quality Laminate floors with high density wood core and glueless locking installation for interior use. Imprinted with a natural textured grain that is warm and tactile under barefoot, this durable and unique surface is the perfect rendition of a real timber floor. Perfect for everyday use in your home.
Laminate wood planks with added moisture protection. Now introducing Aqualock offering six brand new decors with a water-resistant locking mechanism certified and tested to withstand water ingression for unto 36 hours. This makes for an ideal flooring solution for a busy family home where accidental spills can be mopped up with the added confidence that the floor has not been damaged. Imprinted with a natural textured grain that is warm and tactile under barefoot, this durable and unique surface is the perfect rendition of a real timber floor. Perfect for everyday use in your home.
Natureffect XXL Laminate Floors are imprinted and embossed with natural textured grain on extra large planks making it almost impossible to tell it apart from our solid oak floors. The ultra tough PU coating is AC5 rated for
residential and commercial use.
Relief embossed herringbone laminate wood floors. Just like real wood. Imprinted and embossed with a natural textured grain on left and right fitting parquet wood blocks making it almost impossible to tell it apart from our solid oak herringbone floors. With AC6 rated surface for residential and commercial use. These floors are PEFC certified.
Aurora is a collection of hand finished engineered oak floors which are available as a standard smooth planed board or with a choice of three different textures which include cross sawn, tumble distressed and scraped & sawn. Named after the constellations that light up the Northern skies the different colours are hand applied using various skilled techniques to produce uniquely beautiful floors which can be ordered in various sizes plank, herringbone and chevron patterns.
The extra thick European oak is first scorched with fire and then brushed to remove the charred grain, then further brushed and sanded to create a uniquely tactile surface upon which complex layers of colour are added using various hand applied techniques. The result is a collection of oil finished oak floors rich in texture and natural colour and unlike any other natural surface.
Decorative pattern panels were first popularised by the aristocratic houses across Europe in the 17th Century. The Versailles pattern from the court of Louis XIV being perhaps the most well known. The intricate patterns once laid piece by piece are re-imagined and produced in these stunning large format engineered panels making installation simple so that this impressive style can be used in any interior space.
These engineered boards are produced from aged oak, complete with unfilled knot holes and storm cracks. The ageing process takes several months before the French oak is carefully processed with a traditional band saw leaving distinctive marking which adds to the warm weathered and nostalgic effect.
Made in Europe, a collection of exquisitely crafted engineered oak floors. Solid oak surfaces are hand finished with multiple applications of reactive stains and coloured oils to produce a subtle natural colour way which plays endlessly with light and shade. What follows is a selection of planks, available in different widths and herringbone on request.
Sometimes amazing results can be achieved by keeping purity in mind and by adhering to a strict rule that less is more. Subtle tonal variation from a muted natural colour palette that delivers with engineered oak floors available in plank, herringbone and chevron formats.
Linia is a new more sustainable way to engineer wood flooring. A precision thin cut slice of natural oak top layer allows the precious raw material to go further whilst the core is made of high density wood fibres from fast growing spruce. The result is a collection of beautiful oak floors with subtle warm tones and hardwearing finishes.
Tundra is a collection of finely engineered oak floors in easy-to-lay formats, perfect for large commercial spaces that will also suit design lead home environments. These elegant boards are designed to flex with the subfloor and as such are always installed fully bonded.
Reclaimed oak floor boards, beams, posts and trusses collected from ruined agricultural buildings. The salvaged oak is and expertly milled into engineered boards, some showing the wear decades whilst others are internal slices with deep stained markings that only come with the grain of aged timber.
Make a feature of your walls with the Panneau wooden wall panel collection. Made from reclaimed and recycled woods the decorative wall panels are available in a range of colours and patterns, bringing the natural beauty and texture of real wood to easy to install feature wall panels.
Wood flooring is easy to keep in great condition. Both lacquered and oiled finishes are semi permeable allowing the wood to breathe. This means you should avoid using harsh chemical and abrasive cleaners on your hardwood or laminate wood floors. Many ‘supermarket’ brands claim to work well on all surfaces including wood floors but most should be avoided as they contain high acidic or caustic ingredients that will quickly compromise the lacquered or oiled surface of your floor, destroying the water and stain resistant properties.
Oiled floors can be kept in great condition simply by treating with more oil from time to time. Maintenance can be buffed into the surface of an oiled floor to enhance the natural beauty of the wood and keep oiled surface water and stain resistant.
Our engineered hardwood floors can be jointed with PVAC adhesive and floated on underlay or fully bonded to the subfloor with our rigorously tested solvent free flooring adhesives. These flexible adhesives anchor the wood to the subfloor whilst still allowing the timber to expand and contract naturally.
Our engineered plank and laminate floors can be installed as a floating floor over specialist underlays which cushion the flooring from slight imperfection in a subfloor. Underlays can insulate cold concrete floors and provide a vapour barrier to stop any rising moisture. They also provide impact sound insulation to lesson the noise of any heavy feet.
A well prepared subfloor is key to a successful installation and will help ensure your floor performs to its very best. The subfloor is likely to be either wooden or a cement based screed and we have all the necessary renovation screed and levelling compounds that will ensure your subfloor is flat and ready for installation.
Traditionally wood floors have been finished with natural oils and waxes to make beautiful and durable surfaces that can be buffed and polished to last for generations. Oils can be natural or coloured to enhance and protect your flooring surface and are simple to apply with long-lasting durability.
Your V4 Wood Flooring can run seamlessly throughout your home. With our matching solid oak transition bars you can cover expansion joints and bridge different level floor finishes as well as edge around fireplaces and door ways.
All engineered and laminate wood floors must be installed with provision for an expansion gap around the perimeter so that the timber can expand and contract with changing seasons. Our matching oak beading covers these gaps and provides the perfect finishing detail to your floor.
Perfect for laminate flooring. Ultra durable coated aluminium profiles available in Matt Steel and Bronze. Thick strips of flexible adhesive which adhere to the surface of floor allows for expansion in the wood and make for a simple but effective installation.
The natural choice for flooring - the latest wood floor trends emerging this year
The natural choice for flooring - the latest wood floor trends emerging this year
When we talk about trends in flooring it’s with a different focus than say clothing trends, where a trend may change with the seasons and last summer’s big thing is ready for the charity shop when the season comes around again.
Today’s discerning homeowners want flooring which is stylish, hardwearing and long-lasting, featuring design innovations that will still be as fashionable in ten years as it is today.
The resurgence continues in people opting for real wood floors, and in particular engineered wood floors. Engineered wood flooring offers excellent value, stability and, if treated correctly, a long-lasting floor.
One of the reasons for the resurgence of real wood is people’s motivation to move back to choosing natural products as the environmental agenda gathers pace and we all look to play a role in reducing the impact waste products are having on our environment, especially our oceans and landfill resources.
Homeowners want to know where their floors came from, what they are made from and how sustainable they are. Choosing a wood floor that has been sustainably sourced from well-managed forests where only mature trees are selected for harvest and several fast growing saplings are planted for the next generation means you have selected a natural, renewable and recyclable material – free from plastic and non-recyclable qualities.
Today’s engineered wood floors can also be resurfaced and retreated, just like solid wood floors, giving your floors an even longer life. You can even change their colour with the application of coloured oils, reinstating and reinventing your wood floors to give them a fresh new look.
So with more people choosing the natural qualities of real wood floors, there are some key trends at the moment when it comes to styling.
The first is the renaissance of parquet style wood floors. While maintaining the original 17th Century approach of creating a beautifully patterned, low maintenance wood floor, parquet floors in the 21st century offer more choice and versatility.
Today’s modern parquet has seen a shift towards larger oak blocks which offer complete adaptability both in terms of installation patterns – everything from traditional herringbone and chevron to basketweave and multiple block formations – and a much easier installation with tongue and groove profiles on engineered oak blocks making install simpler and allowing the floors to work over different subfloor types and under floor heating. Adding the intricate geometry of a parquet style pattern will work in harmony with any interior style and the choice of colours and tones available now is endless.
At the other end of the spectrum, playing to the appeal of wood floors for their natural qualities, there is a growing demand for larger, wider plank styles full of oak character and rustic appeal. This style really does bring nature inside on an impressive scale, and opting for a rustic, almost aged appearance the floors are more forgiving to natural wear and will give your home a timeless feel.
Larger boards are also a great choice for creating a feeling of space, and by choosing a more authentic and rustic finish you add extra texture and a more tactile sensation where light will reflect across different grains and angles and the floor becomes a little more intriguing.
And finally, let there be light. Modern colouring techniques have allowed wood floors to enter a wider spectrum of colour choice than ever, and white, grey and muted tones are proving popular. They deliver understated tones that are the perfect choice if you don’t want your flooring to dominate your home.
Lighter shades naturally create a smooth and calming backdrop that will work with any interior style. They are an ideal choice to make smaller spaces feel bigger, but are just as at home in large open plan design, promoting light and bringing together all the elements of a room without competing against them. Introducing a muted foundation can also let you be a little more expressive and bold with the rest of your interior colour palette.