Current trends in interior design lean towards the old fashioned or a modern raw style but both have something in common, and that is the use of high quality and sustainable wood. Whether you are looking to bring the outside indoors or to recreate a classic style within your home it seems that everyone is stripping back to nature.
As well as being completely on trend, it is a material that is durable and adaptable to the shifting styles of the modern world. In order to lift an entire room the flooring is about the biggest change you can make but it is essential to set the tone and style of your chosen space. Many are opting for underfloor heating solutions to compensate for exchanging carpets for stunning oak floors, and in cases such as these it’s essential to make sure the wood you select is suitable for these systems to avoid long-term damage. Probably the most suitable and versatile is engineered wood flooring, which is available in a variety of colours and tastes.
The idea behind engineered wood flooring is that is not time consuming to lay down and is also available in a range of widths and styles. The top layer is real wood and the thickness of the floor varies. Often this option can be looked upon as less traditional, but engineered oak floors by Dennebos come in a variation of contemporary and classic styles including Polar White and Dark and White Oiled Melina, all of which are suitable for use with underfloor heating.
Flooring and Doors are a company based in England's North East and are part of the NY Timber Group, who are leading timber specialists. Their designer hardwood floors and hardwood doors are of excellent quality, and their flooring specialists will ensure you keep within budget and a deliver a solution that is sure to impress.
Visit www.flooringanddoors.co.uk for competitive prices and a personalised service, and also to browse the full product catalogue.