Although the bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, bathroom flooring is frequently one of the most important design considerations in a property. Bathrooms are key areas in any home: not only are they rooms where the decor matters, the challenging environment means it's important to pick a bathroom floor covering that's durable.
If a full loft conversion does not appeal, you can still maximise your loft’s potential by laying down a floor. There are several options open to you whenever you are laying a floor in a loft. These include raised loft flooring and laying loft boards straight onto joists. In this article, we will look at some of the techniques, tools, and materials you will need.
There is a range of British hardwood trees that produce excellent wood for flooring and are very popular among both commercial and residential developments. The type of wood flooring species you choose depends very much on the type of design you’re looking to achieve as well as the purpose of the development.
While on the surface, wood doesn’t seem like a complicated material, the number of choices it brings carries its own set of complications. It is often very easy to distinguish a good floor from a bad one.
When it comes to creating custom floors for your home without splashing out, wood finishes can be the way to go. Rejuvenating existing floorboards or creating a bespoke finish for new floors, there are plenty of options to choose from. From dye to oil finishes, stains to lacquers, creating custom flooring is easier than ever. So what are the differences in the wood finishes available?