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As we come to the end of the first working week of 2016, we've decided to share our thoughts on what we see as being flooring trends in the coming year. 

Parquet & Herringbone

In the last few months we have seen strong interest in our parquet and herringbone ranges. In particular, the pre-finished brushed option has attracted a lot of attention due to it’s beautifully textured surface. Parquet certainly seems to be an “in” product. Many people assume parquet to be a budget option due to it’s modest m2 price, however, the overall cost can be inflated due to the man-hours required when fitting the floor. Our advice? Seek out a professional floor fitter with experience in fitting parquet floors.


Whites and greys are dominating in terms of colour options. We see this trend set to continue into 2016 and our 5 shades of white/grey are perfectly suited to complement current interior design trends. See our colour guide.

Interior cladding and panelling

Interior timber cladding and panelling has become a common feature within retail spaces of late and the launch of our wallscape and wallgrain ranges reflects this trend. We have supplied panelling to a number of retail premises, the most recent being Sushi Stop at Edinburgh Waverley Station/Princes Mall. An additional option comes in the form of our oak flooring which can now be supplied pre-finished and fire-proofed, which is unique to the UK market. Due to it’s t&g profile and optimum moisture content as a result of kiln-drying, our oak flooring can be utilised as an interior cladding product to great effect. An example of this is our Methodist Church project. 

Upcoming projects

We like to keep our customers, clients and specifiers updated on latest projects we have been involved in. Upcoming case studies include an award winning restoration by Lorne McnealHelen Lucas’s new office and the Kylesku Hotel… Do you have a project you would like to see featured? Feel free to get in touch.