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A world of quality crafted, bespoke, hand-finished wood flooring is set out in the pages that follow. As you browse through our website you will be introduced to a characterful array of hand-finished wood flooring products that can be produced in a multitude of styles and colours that result in the inest of bespoke floors, each unique in its own way.

From stylish planks, through carefully aged and distressed herringbones or chevrons, to feature floors such as Versailles or Mansion Weave there is something to suit every taste. Our speciality, gained through over 20 years in the UK, is in producing high quality, individual floors that stand out from the crowd, resulting in a timeless beauty that adds to any home, office or commercial environment.

Each piece, whatever size, is carefully selected and finished by hand for you. Our website will enable you to select a wood species, grade and size, and choose a surface preparation and coloured finish to suit your requirements. Options for planks or patterned flooring add to the choice, which enables you to choose the bespoke floor of your dreams.

read more › When choosing a wooden floor it is important to know that you are choosing a natural product. Wood flooring responds to a number of factors to which it will be exposed when installed in your home. The main factors are moisture, relative humidity, temperature, ultra-violet light and, of course, wear and tear. The area in the house and the heating and ventilation of the house also play an important role. All wood floors will change in colour over time and so will the various finishes, this is normal and to be expected.

read more › Its warm rich red colour combined with its hardness make Jatoba a popular choice for a warm care-free interior. Jatoba comes with a range of warm tone variety, ranging from warm orange to richer deep reddish-brown. Although our modern finishing techniques can create many different reddish colour tones it is the natural beautiful variety within the floor that makes Jatoba stand out from others. The hard-wearing strength of Jatoba also makes it very suitable for commercial use turning any shop or hotel into a statement of luxurious quality.

read more › Of course, there are many different wood types that are suitable for use as a wooden floor. If you have a specific preference for a certain wood type or appearance, then we can in most cases purchase the required raw material and produce it especially for your bespoke needs. Get in touch with us with your enquiry and we will do our utmost to accommodate and help turn your individual vision into reality. The dimensions of the flooring may be dependent on the available raw material.

read more › This results in a more environmentally economical use of higher quality wood species. It also creates a more stable flooring product, with less natural movement, so that it can be used in conditions where a solid product would be less suitable, such as over Under Floor Heating. A traditional product made from a single wood type all the way through. These floors have been used for centuries, with timeless use in traditional settings. We produce these floors 20 mm thick making them suitable for structural use.

read more › A herringbone pattern provides timeless beauty and class to any interior. Using a traditional pattern of individual blocks creates a striking classic look of the floor. Often Herringbone floors are combined with a border along the perimeter of the room. The use of an optional thin feature strip along with the border off-sets the lines of the room even more. The feature strip usually contrasts with the colour of the wood.

read more › Parquet de Versailles, as it is officially known, is named after the special design that was installed in the Palace de Versailles in Paris, France, around 1684. This unique looking floor will bring an air of elegance to any room. Hand made from the very finest European Oak and available in both engineered Twinplank and solid Oak. The panels are typically produced in 900 x 900 mm but can be made to a bespoke size. Though if you're looking for something a little more special we offer a continuous Versailles, where the individual components are installed on site creating an uninterrupted weave pattern.

read more › Wood flooring comes with a range of natural features such as a different grain, colour variety, knots, sapwood and heart wood. Sapwood is the part on the outside of the trunk below the bark. It is the younger part of the tree and is usually lighter in colour than the rest of the wood. The different grades are determined after production and therefore the wood and the production processes are of the same quality. A Prime grade is not a better quality material than a Rustic grade but contains less characteristic features.

read more › To create an old and reclaimed look the flooring is treated in a special mechanical process that creates a multitude of marks, dents and scratches at random across the surface and the edges of the boards or blocks. Because of all the uneven surface markings the finishes will settle into those differently than in a sanded board, adding to the old and reclaimed effect. We usually start from a sanded, square edged board which then shows off all the little nicks and dings after the distressing process.

read more › To further enhance the old and reclaimed look that is created by the distressing process there is the option to add an irregular, hand-sanded, rounded texture to the edges and the larger knots of the boards before distressing them. This look is particularly effective in listed buildings, barn restorations and old timber frame structures. For a smoother worn look it can also be done without the distressing process, although we typically combine both. Each individual board is hand-crafted resulting in a floor that has an old worn look.

read more › Fuming, also known as smoking, of Oak is a process to accelerate the natural ageing patina of Oak flooring. In a specially prepared fuming chamber the Oak flooring is exposed to a high concentration of Ammonia. When Ammonia comes in contact with the surface of Oak it has an effect on the Tannin content of the material, turning the Oak surface darker. The resulting shade depends on varying factors such as the quantity of Oak in the chamber, the Ammonia concentration, the exposure time and the Tannin content of the Oak.

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