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Caramel Wood Flooring - an Absolute Classic Choice


caramel wood floor colour

 

Caramel wood flooring truly is an absolute classic choice when you’re re-flooring a room. Yes, fashion brings us blacks, whites and greys, but there’s no getting away from the fact that wood is traditionally brown in its natural state. Whether it’s so light brown that it’s almost off-white or so dark that it’s almost black; brown is the colour that natural wood falls into.

For people who want real warmth and charm in their room a great wood flooring choice is caramel. In fact, it is such a great choice, that we’d safely say that if you make this choice, not only will you not regret it, but you won’t find it going out of fashion either. And when it comes to interiors, longevity is a real win:win bonus all round.

So what exactly do we mean by caramel wood flooring?

Here are some great collections that will show you what we mean, and will almost certainly encourage you to dig deeper on the notion of this caramel classic.

Brown wood flooring

 

 

You would be forgiven for thinking that brown wood flooring is a tiny bit dull. But when you look at this range of brown wood flooring, you’ll see that it’s far from dull. With everything from warm caramel tones through to deep caramel, there truly is something for everyone. There is even a multi coloured caramel herringbone design, that will lift even the humblest of spaces to a whole new level. With real texture and depth, these floors are a great way to warm up a cold feeling room or to add real homeliness that’s been missing up until now.

Smoked wood flooring

 

 

Another really caramel “flavoured” wood flooring solution is this range of smoked wood flooring. With everything from light caramel through to dark and interesting solutions, this wood flooring collection again has something for everyone. Whether your home is calling out for a UV lacquered finish or a brushed and UV oiled finish, you are sure to find something to tick your boxes here.

Reclaimed wood flooring

 

 

Reclaimed wood flooring is a really sought after option and when you check out this selection, you’ll see why. Many people have dreams of owning a genuinely reclaimed floor that has been lovingly recovered from a building that’s about to be demolished or modernized. But the reality is that these people spend so long waiting for their perfect floor to become available that they more often than not move on to another idea. With this selection of reclaimed wood flooring, you can really have the best of both worlds. With a pure, self-indulgent caramel feel to them as well as looking and seeming genuinely old, these floors aren’t just charming; they’re highly practical too. So if you fancy something that looks like it has already lived a long and interesting life; check out this range.

Coffee oak wood flooring

 

 

And last, but by no means least, if you thought Starbucks was the only place where you could enjoy a caramel laced coffee, it’s time to think again. The Wood and Beyond coffee oak wood flooring range that you can find here has caramel tones galore. Once again, with everything from light, honey caramel, through to dark, almost treacle caramel, you’ll find a great selection of finishes, board widths and thicknesses. What this means is that if you have caramel on your horizon, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.

As you can see, at Wood and Beyond, when our customers express a preference, we like to go as far as we possibly can to deliver what they want and hopefully a whole lot more. But if you’ve looked and don’t see what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to reach out to us to ask for what you want. We have new stock arriving daily and we might have just what you’re looking for, but you simply mightn’t have spotted it yet. Call us, chat with us on live chat on our website, email us or come down to our Golders Green showroom – the choice is yours – either way it’d be great to hear from you.


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