Engineered wood flooring
The UK has seen an unprecedented price increase in goods especially flooring that is predominantly made in the Far East. At One Step Beyond Flooring we have been importing flooring for over 20 years and have never seen increases in prices on this scale.
Often overlooked, these can make all the difference to the overall appearance and also performance of your new floor. Most people remember to consider underlays, scotia door bars or threshold strips, but the product that most people miss is radiator pipe covers.
As much as we love our pets as one of the family, they can be messy and damage floors, so you need a flooring solution that is pet-friendly and practical, yet also stylish.
You need to ensure that the flooring type selected is scratch and stain resistant, and also easy for animals to walk on as some hard surfaces can be slippery underfoot.
Your bedroom should both look great and feel cosy as it is the place you spend the most time resting. Creating an aesthetically beautiful space can be expensive, however just changing the flooring can create impact without the need for a full redecoration.
A stunning floor sets the baseline for your interior design and should effortlessly blend in with your colour scheme, whilst being hardwearing and durable. Herringbone flooring ticks all these boxes, whether you want to create a contemporary look or prefer the more traditional, rustic feel
When it comes to flooring there are two things trending currently. Not only the colours, but also herringbone boards. So specifically, white herringbone engineered wood flooring and grey herringbone engineered wood flooring.
Engineered wood flooring has become an increasingly popular choice. It provides all the aesthetic benefits of a solid hardwood floor but with a whole host of practical advantages – and is much more cost effective as well. When planning to buy, there are certain things to consider and here are a few tips to help you choose the perfect engineered oak flooring for your home or commercial space.
Whether you choose hardwood or engineered wood flooring, there are numerous options available in the market to choose from. Most people love the natural appeal of a real wood floor - but solid flooring can be very expensive and engineered wood is much more affordable solution.