Golden engineered wood flooring is known for its stunning appearance and practical advantages. In this blog, we will explore the reasons why you should consider choosing golden engineered wood flooring for your next interior design project.
Finding high-quality engineered wood flooring on a budget is what we do best. In this blog, we'll guide you through the process of finding engineered wood flooring that meets your quality standards and fits your budget, all for under £30 per square meter.
Unfinished engineered wood flooring offers a unique set of advantages that might make it the perfect choice for your next home improvement project. In this blog, we'll explore the reasons why you should consider unfinished engineered wood flooring.
Among the various options available, coffee engineered wood flooring stands out as a unique and stylish choice. In this blog, we'll delve into the reasons why you should consider choosing coffee engineered wood flooring for your next renovation project.
When it comes to flooring options, smoked engineered wood flooring has been gaining popularity for its unique characteristics and advantages. In this blog, we will explore why you should consider choosing smoked engineered wood flooring in your home.
Looking for interior inspiration? Look no further... Discover the 2024 interior design trends, set to change the way we design our homes, and how we live. In this blog, our experts will cover everything from colour schemes to furnishings and floors.
Whether you plan on hiring a professional or doing the work yourself, overlooking the installation method can be a costly mistake to make. That’s why our experts are here to uncover the pros and cons of Click Lok and Tongue & Groove flooring.
Before you go running off to find a floor fitter, there are a few things you should look out for that will help you find someone who is right for the job. In this latest blog, our experts will help you uncover the top 5 things to look out for when finding a floor fitter.
While chevron parquet and herringbone parquet both share similarities, there are some notable differences between the two. Don’t worry though, our flooring experts are on-hand to explain the differences and help you decide on the right style for your home.
There are three types of wood flooring: solid wood, engineered wood, and laminate. Each one has its own unique features and benefits. With all the options available, our latest blog covers the advantages and disadvantages of each type to help you make an informed decision.