Known for its hard-wearing nature and stability, it’s of no surprise that Oak is one of the most popular species for wood flooring and has been a firm favourite for interior designers throughout history.
With a close, tight grain and plenty of natural character, Oak is the perfect choice for any project. Our Oak floors are crafted from the very best sustainably sourced European Oak. These floors are available in a number of widths, finishes and tones, allowing you create any look.
With an open grain structure and characterful knots our Larch floors provide a standout flooring solution for any project.
All of our Larch floors have been worked by hand at our workshop in Cheshire, this includes hand sanding, brushing and creating saw marks to accentuate Larch’s distinctive texture. These floors are available in widths of up to 300mm and lengths up to 3000mm, allowing you to create an on-trend wide plank look.
Crafted from the very best sustainable timber our handmade Douglas Fir floors provide a contemporary base for any interior design project.
Douglas Fir trees yield extra-long and extremely wide boards, we produce engineered floorboards in widths from 220mm to 300mm and up to 3000mm long. Our Douglas Fir floors deliver discreet style, underpinned with design that unites luxury and performance.
All of the Pine wood floors in our portfolio are either reclaimed or antique, meaning that they have already done all of the shrinking, expanding and acclimatising they’re ever going to do – making them exceptionally stable and hardwearing.
Pine is remarkably resilient and long-lasting. Our Pine floors feature beautiful natural knots and knolls that add to the character of the floor.
Rich in texture, character and history, it’s hard to beat the rustic charm of antique Elm. Crafted from ancient, centuries old timber, our antique Elm is available in a variety of formats.
In the 1970s much of the elm population was devastated by Dutch Elm Disease and because of this Elm today can only be acquired from private residences, old barns and public spaces.
Originating from South Western Australia, Jarrah is known for its richly coloured and beautifully grained, insect resistant timber.
The Jarrah in our portfolio is a reclaimed timber that we extracted from warehouses near Kings Cross, London. We have worked this amazingly dense hardwood whilst retaining the original surface patina and undulations – including the original marks made by the clout nails.
Native to the tropics, Teak is valued for both its beauty and durability. Teak naturally resists decay, insects, rot and is aptly nicknamed “the king of the hardwoods” due to its extreme stability.
Teak is known for its beautiful, tight grain and ages gracefully to a regal silver. Unlike North American timbers that utilised waterways for transportation, Teak was transported by land using elephants.
For those seeking an opulent, high-end look, American Black Walnut adds warmth and luxuriousness to any interior.
Native to Eastern North America, American Black Walnut is one of the most durable hardwoods and is highly valued for its dark hues and close grain. Choose from intricate parquetry or plank.