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  1. Grey Herringbone Flooring - Knock-Out Combination of Two Hot Trends
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Grey Herringbone Flooring - Knock-Out Combination of Two Hot Trends

      Most people these days have some element of monochrome design in their home. Anyone who’s anyone has embraced the whole black and white movement with enthusiasm at some point in recent years. Black and white is a real style statement. But what we’ve seen happening in the last few years though is that the people who’ve gone this route...
  2. Wooden Floorboards: 5 Common Online Buying Mistakes to Avoid
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Wooden Floorboards: 5 Common Online Buying Mistakes to Avoid

      Buying anything online involves some form of risk, but the good news is that fewer and fewer companies who sell disappointing goods are being allowed to survive long online. If you’re shopping around online to buy wooden floorboards, we’d like to help make your journey safer and your outcome better. In this article we’ll outline the 5 most common...
  3. Cappuccino Oak Flooring for a Fantastic Natural Look
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Cappuccino Oak Flooring for a Fantastic Natural Look

      If you think Cappuccino is something you pick up in Starbucks and savour on your walk from the underground to your office, it’s time to think again. At Wood and Beyond, we have a small, very select range of cappuccino wood flooring that will give you a really natural look in your home. If you’re looking for a wood...
  4. Smoked Oak Engineered Flooring for a Cozy Atmosphere
    Categories: Engineered Flooring

    Smoked Oak Engineered Flooring for a Cozy Atmosphere

      Smoking wood is an age-old tradition that’s been used to preserve wood since the start of the 20th century. A method that is reported to have been introduced by Gustav Stickley, it resulted in a look that really gathered interest with the arts and crafts movement of the time. Floors and furnishings of this era commonly have a smoked...
  5. Gunmetal Vs. Grey Wood Flooring - How To Choose?
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Gunmetal Vs. Grey Wood Flooring - How To Choose?

      Grey wood flooring has seen a real rise in popularity over the last few years. The first grey wood floors that came to the market tended to be a bit ‘flat’ when it came to colour, which meant that they were slightly lacking in character. But the more recent grey wood floors that we’ve sniffed out have all the...
  6. Thin Wood Flooring For Greater Flexibility
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Thin Wood Flooring For Greater Flexibility

      The demand for thin wood flooring is going up. For anyone who is of the notion that ‘chunkier is better’ when it comes to any construction or interior material, this may seem odd. But there are really good reasons for choosing thin wood flooring in certain circumstances and in this article we’ll explore them so you can see whether...
  7. Ivory Wood Flooring: a Charming Choice
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Ivory Wood Flooring: a Charming Choice

      Ivory is a colour that’s associated with elephant’s tusks and wedding dresses, but more and more people are seeking out ivory wood flooring as the flooring of their choice. And you know what? It’s easy to see why. Ivory as an interiors colour choice is neutral but it also has a real charm about it that many other neutral...
  8. Hardwood and Composite Decking Samples Now Available
    Categories: Hardwood Decking

    Hardwood and Composite Decking Samples Now Available

      The days are getting longer and temperatures are on the rise. People all over the UK are out preparing their outside space for the exciting summer months ahead. Indoor/outdoor living has never been as popular and cherished as it is right now. Life is busy and we all seem to spend more time than we’d ideally choose to indoors...
  9. Grey Flooring - Your Options Summarised
    Categories: Engineered Flooring & Solid Flooring

    Grey Flooring - Your Options Summarised

      Grey flooring is really popular and it’s easy to see why. For any regular visitors to this blog, you’ll know that we’ve written a few articles on this subject, but we’ve been finding lately that a number of people have been asking about it, and with this in mind we’ve decided to pull together a neat summary to make...
  10. Ultimate Wood Flooring Suitability by Room Type
    Categories: Solid Flooring

    Ultimate Wood Flooring Suitability by Room Type

      Wood flooring is suited to every room in the home, but before embarking on a wood flooring project, it’s important to know which types of wood flooring you can fit where. In this article, our aim is to de-mystify what sorts of wood flooring you can use in which rooms. We hope you’ll find it useful. To make your...
  11. Rustic Oak Worktops for Warmth and Beauty
    Categories: Solid Flooring

    Rustic Oak Worktops for Warmth and Beauty

      Rustic oak worktops aren’t just warm and beautiful; they’re affordably priced too. For anyone who doesn’t know, when wood is lumbered, it is classified into one of four different grades or categories. Wood grades go from prime at the top, to rustic at the bottom. But if you’re thinking that choosing a wood at the bottom of the grades...
  12. Wide Plank Oak Worktops For Natural Rich And Warm Look
    Categories: Wooden Worktops

    Wide Plank Oak Worktops For Natural Rich And Warm Look

      Wide plank solid oak worktops are class and charm rolled into one. There are so many worktop options on the market today, you’d be forgiven for feeling a tad confused if you’re in the process of re-doing your kitchen. Perhaps you’re thinking about marble, stainless steel or stone? The number of solutions available right now can truly make your head...

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