Caring for your wood floor this Christmas

With Christmas day just around the corner we thought it’d be the perfect time to put some tips together to make sure your wood floor is looking its best over Christmas. Wood flooring is one of the most hard wearing, natural and resilient floor coverings around. Wood floors age gracefully and far outlast alternative floor…

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The story of Kings Cross Jarrah

Jarrah is a slow growing Australian hardwood known for its durability and strength. Found on the iron and aluminium rich plains of the South Western corner of Western Australia, Jarrah is only known to grow in this area. Jarrah’s beautiful deep hues are a reflection of the landscape in which it grows. Jarrah started being…

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Handpicked and handmade for you

In celebration of our milestone, we wanted to share with you some of our favourite new wood floors. Our list is based on best sellers, your valued feedback and the thoughts of our craftspeople making these wood floors by hand in Cheshire. Below you’ll discover a mixture of planks and parquetry, light to mid-tones and…

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The story of our Reims antique Oak

Reims is a city rich in medieval and modern history. It was the traditional site of the crowning of the kings of France and where Germany offered an unconditional surrender at the end of World War II. It is also home to some of the world’s best known champagne producers. Above the plains of Champagne,…

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The Restaurant and Bar Design Awards shortlist

This Thursday marks the 10th Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, a highly acclaimed design awards dedicated to the design of food a beverage spaces. This globally recognised competition attracts the industry’s most applauded architects and designers who have worked on some of the world’s most prestigious projects – no project is too big or small…

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Wood beyond the floor

Wood wall cladding and panelling have shaken off their faded 1970s reputation and interior designers and architects have been looking at multi-surface wood with fresh eyes, resulting in a resurgence in use in both residential and commercial projects. Reclaimed wood on walls, ceilings and floors brings warmth and personality to a room, whatever your interior…

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New wood floors for Autumn 2018

Every Woodworks by Ted Todd floor demands care and attention. Everything about them takes time, planning every single board and working each piece to bring out the very best in its nature. More time goes into finishing them, waiting patiently for each application to slowly air dry. Lastly, how we polish takes time too. A…

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The enduring appeal of wide plank flooring

The European Oak in our handmade Superwide Collection has a consistent, yet prominent grain that is emphasised by the 300mm wide planks used. Contrary to popular opinion, wide plank floors aren’t exclusive to large spaces. Fewer planks means fewer seams, allowing the focus to be on the beauty of the grain and giving the impression…

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The story of our English Estate Oak

In it the tree became a star, planted to take pride of place on its own and not just part of a wood, sometimes requiring hundreds of thousands of trees to create his characteristic expansive vistas. Our English Estate Oak came from trees from one of these ‘gardens’. This is parkland oak that because it…

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Our latest Rare Find: Colonial Burmese Teak

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. Unlike North American timbers that utilised waterways for transportation, Teak was transported by land using elephants. Due to Teak’s stability, it has…

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