Big Energy Saving Week will throw the spotlight on the role interior design plays in environmental issues, including how to build green credentials from the “floor” upwards! The campaign (1st to 27th January 2019) will provide millions of people with a better understanding of how to cut their bills.
As it’s potentially the busiest room of the house, let’s explore living room refurbishment, including furniture, wood floor designs and other advice from one of the leading flooring companies London homeowners turn to.
When you decide you need to floor or re-floor your home, you can either be very well-organised and know precisely what you want, or you can feel lost in the jungle of all the available options, choices and possibilities. If you fall in the first category, then you don't need to do anything apart from visiting our website or showroom and placing an order.
If you’re embarking on a new wood flooring project, you will need to make a decision concerning the species of wood, and it can be a tough one. There are plenty of species of wood that flooring is made of, but the most common of them include: mahogany, pine, oak, teak and cherry.
A solid wood floor is a completely natural product and if you've read our previous posts you probably know that wood just like other natural products is affected by temperature and humidity fluctuations.
If you're the owner of a wooden floor and are thinking about making it waterproof, you need to consider two important factors. Firstly, think if what you want is a floor that actually is "water-proof" or if you simply want to make your flooring more water-resistant. And secondly, you will need to decide on how to do it.