The installation of authentic timber flooring is our forte. Because of the characteristics of wood, the possibilities are endless when it comes to timber flooring. There are a variety of wood species, colours, finishes and even pattern design to choose from. Time to get creative!
POPULAR FLOORING DESIGN TRENDS
The blends of grey stray away from the typical look of wooden planks. These are suitable for those who love the modernized and monochromatic look. One great thing about grey hardwood is that, passing trend or not, it is a neutral color choice that complements an array of design styles. While grey hardwood floors tend to pair best with cool and chic designs, you can also bring warmth to any space with accent colors and natural wood decor. Grey wood floors add everlasting charm to your interiors and complement the décor easily.
Let’s be honest, there is no wood that is naturally grey in color. However, it is very achievable with the process of staining. The most common wood that readily accepts stains is Oak.
Medallions are hardwoods that are carefully crafted and pieced together to form a patterned design. This distinctive floor design element can make a striking and memorable floor accent. It will definitely be the first thing your guests set their eyes on. The medallion piece is one of the best wooden flooring designs that lasts for a long time and adds a royal look to your space.
These magnificent pieces look the best when there is minimal furniture around. The entrance of your home or a huge walkway are great places to place a medallion piece. Let it take the centre stage and be the limelight.
If you like to keep it simple but still adore patterned flooring, Herringbone is very much on trend. Herringbone flooring is made from relatively small rectangular blocks laid in a pattern which resembles the skeleton of a fish - specifically a Herring - and from which it derives its name. It is a classic wood patterned floor that can be found in both home and commercial installations. The pattern is used for engineered as well as hardwood flooring.