Wood Species


This is the most popular species of wood that customers tend to go for, as there are various shades, grades, textures and finishes, all available in a large range of dimensions. Oak is renowned for its straight, flat, natural grains and knots that give every plank a unique appearance with great character. Natural oak tends to establish a darker shade when exposed to direct sunlight over time, but we think this just adds to the character.


A rich, luxurious dark wood renowned for its incredible knots, unique colour and distinctive pattern. These one-off graining patterns can be either straight or irregular, creating a diverse appearance across every plank. Walnut is a hardwood with dense structure, making it a reliable and durable choice. When exposed to direct sunlight, Walnut floors can lighten over time.


A creamy and light flooring, Ash has a slightly grey effect which can look super stylish in any room. Ash is known for its dense construction, which makes it highly durable and therefore ideal for areas with high foot traffic. The grains in Ash wood often form a variety of bold patterns, making each plank unique. When exposed to direct sunlight, Ash wood can become darker over time.


With its distinctive and warm yellow, and sometimes pink tones, Beech wood is often a popular choice. Constantly evolving, Beech wood will develop a rich character over time as the wood matures. Slightly speckled with a straight and fairly regular grain, it is relatively resistant to knocks and marks. Direct sunlight can cause this flooring to darken over time.


As the name suggests, Cherry wood has sweet and opulent red and brown tones. Better for areas with low foot traffic, it can add warmth and luxury to any area where you are planning to relax. Cherry wood has a fairly regular pattern, meaning little variation across planks. Over time, sunlight can cause cherry wood to darken.