Handmade Wood Floor

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Not all new wood floors are created equal and we make no apologies for the fact that we regard our handmade floors as a cut above the rest. We’ve taken the skills and expertise we’ve acquired restoring antique floors and applied them to producing exceptional new wood floors – using only the finest quality wood.


Bringing together exquisite designs and architectural statements - all are stand-out pieces. Here you'll find classic designs and modern interpretations. Choose from simple squares that highlight the beauty of end grain wood or intricate patterns.


Where contemporary design meets the finest materials. The sleek style of these striking wide plank floors feature 22 tones, all handcrafted to create the ultimate in elegance and refinement.


These floors are all about individuality and urban living. They capture the feel of salvaged treasure and offbeat finds to create a look that's a bit distressed but always unique.


Expressions of True artisanal talent, developed over many years by our team. Here you'll find a rich array of specially created pieces from delicate tones to specialist textures.


Using fine french oak from quercy, our craftsmen draw out the character of the wood to give these planks and patterened floors an authentic, aged feel. The hours of handwork spent on each floor emphasises the flow of the grain and the undulating texture.


Timelessly elegant and deceptively simple. Our engineered superwise planks and oversize herringbone panels deliver discreet style, underpinned with design that unites luxury and performance.


We understand that clients may have a specific tone, patterns, scale or design that isn't included in our portfolio, which is why we are pleased to work together to find something unique and personalised.


Our Lab collection harnesses and holds our craftsmen's experimental creativity, where innovation drives the creation of these truly one-off floors. Boundaries simply do not exist in Lab, where our Artisans are constantly pushing the limits in design for wood floors.