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Here at Floormaker, we've been selling all kinds of different types of flooring for several decades - so we definitely know what we're talking about when it comes to the various flooring options that are currently available!

We are committed to providing our customers with a huge variety of high-quality flooring products to choose from, and no matter what sort of budget you may have, we're confident that you'll find a design on our website that will look fantastic in your home. 

We stock everything from Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) to solid wood flooring, so whatever type of flooring you're interested in purchasing, you're bound to find exactly what you're looking for on our website. Here are the types of flooring we currently have in stock here at Floormaker.co.uk:

Laminate Floors

Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is probably the most popular flooring option on the market right now - in fact, it's been at the top of the heat for a large number of years, and it's not hard to see why. Laminate looks great, it's cost-effective, and it's very hard-wearing! We have an enormous variety of laminate flooring options for you to choose from - check out our range here.


Solid Wood Flooring Options

Solid Wood Flooring

If you're looking for a sturdy floor with an authentic, natural look then solid wood flooring is perfect for you! Our hardwood flooring is a very practical choice for the home: it's super-easy to clean, it's very warm underfoot, and those solid wood boards will last a lifetime. To view our full range of solid wood flooring products, please click here


Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered Flooring

If you're after a flooring option that has the look and feel of solid wood but is as easy to install as laminate flooring, then our range of engineered flooring is exactly what you're looking for! To view our huge selection of engineered flooring options, please click here.


Luxury Vinyl Flooring Options

Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring has the reputation of being a cheap and practical flooring option that's hard-wearing but not much to look at - but our luxury vinyl flooring range is here to put an end to this perception! These deluxe products prove that vinyl flooring doesn't have to be dull and boring. To view our stunning luxury vinyl flooring options, please click here


Carpet Tiles

Carpet Tiles 

Our range of carpet tiles is perfect if you're looking for a cheap but high-quality flooring solution for your home or business. Floormaker's carpet tiles come in a range of different colours and are great value for money! Click here to see what carpet tiles we have to offer.


Types of Flooring - Bamboo

Bamboo Flooring

Bamboo flooring is becoming a hot trend in the interior design world. That is mainly because it's a natural-looking floorboard that is also very environmentally-friendly - bamboo is a grass, so it grows very quickly and can be harvested with very little environmental impact. Click here to view our bamboo flooring options. 


Cork Bathroom Flooring

Cork Flooring

Cork flooring is a superb flooring option for bathrooms. It's very durable and copes well with moisture, and because the cork tiles are 50% air, they recover their shape very rapidly when released from pressure. This means that your cork floor will last for a very long time. Click here to view our selection of cork flooring tiles.


Self Adhesive Vinyl Flooring Options

Self-Adhesive Vinyl Tiles

Our self-adhesive vinyl tiles will look great in any part of your house, and they are easy to fit, clean and care for. To view our range of self-adhesive flooring tiles, please click here


Outdoor Flooring Tiles

Outdoor Flooring 

We don't just supply indoor flooring! We also have a selection of attractive, durable, high-quality outside flooring options that will make your outdoor space look great! To view our range of outdoor flooring options, please click here

If you have any questions about all these different types of flooring, please do not hesitate to contact us..
If you follow the latest interior design trends, you most likely will have seen the Danish word hygge (pronounced hoo-guh) popping up all over the place recently. The popularity of hygge interior design has increased massively over the past year, and it's not too hard to see why - especially given all the cold weather we get here in the UK!

If you're wondering what exactly hygge is, picture yourself relaxing with a cup of hot chocolate, surrounded by beautifully cosy furniture and decor, warmed by the glow of candles while you listen to a storm rage outside. That is the definition of hygge, and if you believe the people of Denmark, hygge is the key to happiness. In Meik Wiking's The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, the author explains that hygge is really more of a feeling than anything else, and that "the reason for Danish obsession with interior design is that our homes are the hygge headquarters". 

If you're looking to turn your home into a hygge haven, your floors and walls are the best place to start. With that in mind, here's a list of some of our favourite hygge products just for you!

Whitewashed Oak Flooring

18mm Whitewashed Oak Solid Wood Flooring

Wood is a key feature of hygge interior design due to its organic nature. Meik Wiking states that, for the Danish, "wood makes us feel closer to nature; it is simple and natural, just like the concept of hygge". This beautiful whitewashed oak flooring is sure to give any room that hyggeligt feeling and look beautiful basking in the glow of an open fire.  



Hygge Solid Wood Flooring
Similar to the above, this solid wood flooring is beautifully natural and sure to make a wonderful foundation for your hygge interior design. As solid wood floors are exceptionally good at retaining heat, this adds to the cosy hygge factor even more! Glueless solid wood flooring works really well with underfloor heating, so you can make your room as hyggeligt as you like. 



Natural cork wall tiles

Perhaps you've not considered cork walls before; however, cork is making a big comeback in the world of interior design after its previous success in the 1960s. As part of hygge is a love of all things natural, these warm-toned Hawai Natural cork wall tiles are a perfect component to make your hygge design look as authentic as possible. 



Hygge interior design

14mm Chateau Oak Wide Engineered Flooring

If you love wooden floors but you prefer engineered flooring to solid wood, this Chateau Oak floor should make an ideal addition to your hygge interior design. The mixture of warm and dark tones spread throughout the planks is sure to make any room cosy and ready for a lifetime of hygge.
 


Engineered walnut flooring

13.5mm Walnut 3-Wide Engineered Flooring

Engineered flooring is a good option if you're looking to spread the hygge love to more than just your living room and bedroom. Engineered flooring works well in rooms that solid wood flooring often finds problematic, like the kitchen. If you're looking to make your entire house hygge (and perhaps the reason why Danish people are amongst the happiest in the world is because they have hygge in every room), this walnut engineered flooring should at the be top of your list.
 

To browse Floormaker's full product range, simply click here!

When it comes to decorating your child's bedroom, picking the right flooring can be a bit of a headache! You may want something eye-catching and unique that will get your kids excited to sleep in their new-look room, but you also want a flooring surface that is easy to clean and able to withstand the rough and tumble of playtime!

Here at Floormaker, we have a great selection of child-friendly floors on offer - we've got loads of ways to give kids' bedroom designs a dose of personality and fun! Whether you're looking for style, practicality, or both, you're sure to find a product to suit your project in our range.

Here are just a few of the flooring options you could choose from:

Kids bedroom flooring

Kronotex 8mm Playground Laminate

This laminate flooring is miles away from your typical wood-effect floor, thanks to the unique illustrations which are scattered throughout the design. This makes it entertaining and interactive for children as they play, and also gives the room its own distinct and playful look! 



White paint laminate flooring

Westco 8mm Painted White Laminate

Kids' playrooms and bedrooms are often slightly chaotic and disheveled spaces, which means that having a flooring solution that's rather forgiving is a great idea! The rustic effect of this painted white laminate provides a beautiful, rustic look, but is also ideal for hiding any scuff marks from toys and shoes!



Glossy Red Tiles

Westco 8mm Red High Gloss Tile Effect Laminate 

If you're looking for something completely unusual and striking, then our high gloss tile-effect laminate is an ideal choice! These tiles come in a range of colours and styles, but we think that this bright red hue is perfect for your child's bedroom! Aside from its appearance, the flooring is also durable and easy to keep clean, which is a must for any areas where children live and play!
Blue Carpet Tiles

Blue Carpet Tiles

These carpet tiles from Westco are made with hard-wearing polyester, which means that your child's floor will look great for years with next to no maintenance! Unlike some carpeting products, these tiles are highly hygienic and easy to keep clean, which is ideal for little ones who may crawl around or sit on the floor quite regularly. In addition to these benefits, they're also incredibly easy to lay; all you have to do is glue them down!

Dark wood floors are a true statement of sophistication, making any room look timeless and elegant. When matched with contrasting features, such as white walls or light-coloured furnishings, dark wood floors have the ability to make a simple room look utterly breathtaking.

To help you make a selection, we've chosen some of our best and easiest-to-manage dark wood floors for you to browse through. Our selection includes not only solid wood flooring but also engineered flooring, which consists of cleverly-constructed core boards topped with a layer of solid wood. This provides the effect of solid wood flooring but without the worry of the planks being damaged through expansion and contraction. It's up to you to decide which one you'd like to make a statement with!

Onyx Oak dark wood floor

Westco 18mm Onyx Oak Solid Wood Flooring 

Made of oiled solid oak, this statement Onyx Oak solid wood flooring is a spectacular piece to add to your home. Ideal for those with interior design in their hearts, this dark wood floor is sure to impress all of your guests. Best used in low humidity areas, such as the living room, bedroom, and hallway, this easy-to-keep-clean flooring is a good choice for allergy sufferers, too.



Dark Solid Oak Flooring

This 18mm Dark Oak Solid Wood flooring is sure to make any room exude elegance. A true statement piece yet again, this beautiful dark wood floor will keep your room looking fresh and exciting for years to come. Minimal effort is required to keep this floor looking gorgeous, and its easy installation system makes it one of our favourite dark wood floors.



Black Oak Parquet Flooring

Parador 10.5mm Black Oak Herringbone Engineered Parquet Flooring

Let's move on now to our engineered flooring range - first up is this outstanding Black Oak Herringbone Parquet from Parador. Parador are well-known for providing quality, so you can be sure that this engineered floor is every inch as durable as solid wood. The benefit of this quirky dark wood floor is that it will withstand high-moisture environments, such as your kitchen, so you have more options of where to display this fantastic piece. 



Merbau Effect Wood Flooring

Westco 13.5mm 3-Strip Lacquered Engineered Flooring

Eye-catching and durable, this Lacquered Engineered Flooring is another of our beautiful dark wood floors. This design ranks highly if you're looking for an easy to install and dent-resistant dark wood floor that will remain perfect for years to come. Even if the flooring is damaged, it can easily be sanded and restored back to its original appearance. Striking yet simple, this floor could be the perfect final addition to your home. 



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If you're searching for a new floor and you've got your heart set on genuine wooden boards, you may well be wondering whether to purchase an engineered wood floor or a solid wood floor. Though these two flooring materials look near enough identical once installed, they do behave differently in certain environments.

Since solid wood flooring is the more 'natural' product, you may be led to believe that solid wood automatically wins this debate. You may have also heard that engineered flooring is just a lower-quality alternative to hardwood; in both scenarios, you would be misinformed. But don't worry - we're here to help you with all this today, so sit back, and we'll provide you with the pros and cons of these two popular wood flooring options.

Solid Wood Flooring - Pros and Cons

Solid wood floors

Solid wood (or hardwood) flooring has been a popular choice ever since the concept of interior design was born. The Royals were some of the first to enjoy the beauty and warmth of this flooring, and during the 17th and 18th centuries it became widely popular in most homes. It's hard to dispute the stunning nature of solid wood flooring, especially as it is available in a variety of tones, ranging from strikingly dark to dazzlingly bright.

Pros:

  • Solid wood flooring is cut from single pieces of timber, making it simple in terms of construction.

  • Solid wood is good at coping with heavy footfall. If your solid wood flooring becomes damaged, it can be sanded down and refinished multiple times during its lifespan, meaning it can stay with you for a lifetime.

  • Hardwood floorboards are easy to clean and are typically more hygienic than other flooring products (e.g. carpeting).

  • You can install underfloor heating underneath solid wood flooring.

  • Modern production methods have reduced solid wood manufacturing costs, meaning that this luxurious flooring option is now available for all budgets.

Cons:

  • Solid wood floorboards can be damaged by moisture. A room that is too warm can make the wood dry out and shrink, while a cold room can cause the planks to absorb moisture and expand.

  • Solid wood is unsuitable for bathrooms due to the high humidity and excess moisture.

Engineered Flooring - Pros and Cons

Engineered flooring

Highly sought after, engineered flooring is a very popular alternative to solid wood nowadays. Engineered flooring is constructed using multiple layers of timber, which are then finished with a layer of hardwood timber. This means that it looks near enough identical to a solid wood floor, but with more practicality. You can achieve a wood finish with engineered flooring in a range of colours and styles, too. 

Pros:

  • It looks almost identical to solid wood flooring. 

  • It is very easy to install. The majority of the engineered flooring products we sell here at Floormaker do not even require any adhesive.

  • It doesn't expand or contract as much as solid wood, making it better-suited to humid areas like the kitchen or - as long as the right underlay is used - the bathroom.

  • It is extremely durable. 

  • It can be restored by sanding in the unlikely event of damage.

Cons: 

  • Although it can cope with heavy footfall, engineered flooring cannot withstand quite as many years' use as a solid wood floor. 

  • It cannot be restored as many times as solid wood flooring, due to the top layer of hardwood being much thinner.

We hope this comparison has helped you to make your mind up - please feel free to browse our Solid Wood Flooring and Engineered Flooring departments for as long as you like before making your final decision. Don't forget that you can order up to 3 FREE flooring samples before you make a purchase!

If you have any more questions about the solid wood flooring vs engineered flooring debate, please don't hesitate to get in touch!
It's easy to feel overwhelmed when looking for bathroom flooring ideas. As the bathroom is one of the most-used rooms in the house, you'll understandably want to be sure that you've got it right the first time. Bathroom flooring needs to be water-resistant and durable yet still attractive, and it's sometimes hard to find a flooring product that ticks all of these boxes. However, here at Floormaker, we stock a range of floors that should fit your requirements perfectly. 

To aid you in your search, we've put together a list of our favourite bathroom flooring options from the Floormaker range and written about why they should be on your list of contenders. In a range of colours, our selection of durable flooring is sure to suit all tastes and styles!

Luxury Oak Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Clic Flooring Oak

If you're looking for an impressive oak wood finish in your bathroom, this Luxury Oak Vinyl Flooring could be exactly what you need. As solid wood flooring is known to expand and shrink in humid environments, this wood-look vinyl floor is a fantastic solution. It also includes a wear layer which protects the floor from moisture, meaning this durable flooring will stay looking pristine for years to come. 




Sealed White Cork Tile Flooring

Westco Sealed White Cork Tile Flooring 

Cork's durable and hard-wearing qualities make it an ideal choice for the bathroom. Popular in the 1960s and '70s, cork is making its comeback in a big way and is perhaps one of the most eco-friendly flooring products available. These sealed white cork tiles have a dazzling quality that is sure to brighten up any room. If you like the idea of bathing in a sparkling white bathroom, this flooring should certainly be a contender on your list. 




Weathered Grey Vinyl Flooring

With its striking weathered grey colouring, this Luxury Vinyl Clic Flooring is the perfect way to make a statement in your bathroom. Floormaker's luxury vinyl flooring is extremely water-resistant, so you should have no trouble even if you enjoy splashing away in the tub. Its easy-to-clean, simple-to-install qualities should make this floor an appealing choice for anyone looking to redecorate. 




Grey Oak Vinyl Flooring
Also part of our Luxury Vinyl Flooring range, this grey oak design is truly a first-class product. As with the natural oak vinyl flooring, this flooring allows you to attain the look of wood in your bathroom without the trouble of the real thing. Its unique appearance coupled with its simple installation method and resilient quality makes this an ideal bathroom flooring contender. 

To browse more bathroom flooring ideas, just click here!
If you love the look of wide plank flooring but aren't sure where to start when it comes to choosing the design and material, don't worry! We have a number of wide plank flooring options available here at Floormaker, allowing you to choose a design that suits your style and budget perfectly.

Real Wood Wide Plank Flooring

Whether you're looking for solid or engineered wood flooring, we've got lots of wide plank options on our website, with a huge range of colours and finishes to choose from!

Here's a closer look at some of the wide plank wood flooring we have available:

light oak engineered flooring

Westco Light Oak 1-Strip Brushed & Lacquered (Engineered)

This flooring is designed to look authentic and natural, with the brushing process creating an ideal finish that displays a wealth of detail for a stylish, luxurious look. This floor also has the benefit of being highly durable and easy to maintain, offering practicality as well as beauty.



wide oak flooring

Westco Random Length Wide Oak (Solid Wood)

If you're looking for wide plank flooring that offers greater versatility for your design, then this solid wood option is ideal! Not only will it bring a classic, luxurious finish to your space, it is also incredibly durable and easy to clean, with the benefit of being a great natural insulator for homely warmth!

Laminate Wide Plank Flooring

Although the wide plank look is typically associated with solid and engineered wood flooring, those who are looking for a laminate alternative will be pleased to discover that we also supply wide plank styles as part of our highly varied laminate selection. 

Here's a closer look at some of the options we have available to order:

laminate wide flooring

Faus 8mm Imperial Oak Laminate

If you're looking for a wide plank design that offers a slight break from uniformity, then why not try out this beautifully modern flooring option? Thanks to its extra wide design, this Faus flooring allows the integration of various splint widths, allowing you to alternate both wide and thin sizes for a unique design.



rustic oak wide plank flooring

Kaindl 8mm Rustic Oak Wide Plank Laminate Flooring

This floor is ideal for creating an old-fashioned, rustic look in your home and adding warmth to almost any room. This is also part of our clearance range, which means that you'll still receive a high quality product at a greatly reduced price!


To see more of our wide plank flooring options, visit our product pages below:
When decorating a living room, choosing a floor should be at the very top of your priority list. A good or bad choice of flooring has the ability to make or break the whole feeling of a room, so we've put together a list of our top 5 favourite living room flooring ideas to help you out.

Ranging from light to dark, traditional to sophisticated, all of our chosen flooring products are easy to install and extremely durable, so you can be certain that they will keep your living room looking gorgeous for years to come. If any of the flooring options below catch your eye, be sure to order a free sample and test how it will look in your living room!

Here are five of our favourites:

1 Strip Oak Flooring

18mm Solid 1 Strip Oak Flooring

These stunning solid wood boards would look spectacular in any living room. If you're seeking a warm yet rustic appearance then these boards will suit any living room design, from country-style to something more sophisticated. As it is finished with a hard-wearing UV lacquer, this floor will stay looking pristine for years to come. 



Dark Fumes Flooring

Westco 7mm Dark Fumes Oak Laminate Flooring

For a darker-themed living room flooring idea, Westco's Dark Fumes oak laminate is ideal for making a space look smart and elegant. If you were to match this dark flooring with light-coloured furniture, you'd be sure to create a unique and eye-catching room. Quite surprisingly, it is also easy to install due to our express click planks. With this flooring, your living room will be complete in no time at all!



Jacobean Oak Flooring

Westco 14mm Jacobean Oak Brushed & Lacquered 130mm Wide Engineered Flooring

The engineered oak flooring is truly a masterpiece due to its stunning appearance and its easy-to-install design. Thanks to the 'glueless loc' system, you are able to click these boards together without any glue or adhesive. With its timeless appearance and dent-resistant durability, why wouldn't you want this gorgeous living room flooring? 

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Herringbone Flooring

Parador 10.5mm Limed Oak Herringbone 2.6mm Top Layer Engineered Parquet Flooring

If you're looking to give your living room a light and delicate ambience, this engineered parquet floor might be perfect for you. As this 10.5mm Herringbone Parquet Engineered Flooring is made from genuine oak but does not have the same difficult installation process as solid wood flooring, it should definitely get a space on your list of living room flooring ideas. The zig-zag design will add a uniqueness to your living room which is sure to appeal to all of your guests. 

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Walnut Engineered Flooring

Westco 13.5mm Walnut Engineered Flooring

If you're looking to capture a range of lights and darks in your new living room flooring, we may have found your match. This engineered flooring is truly striking from the moment you set your eyes upon it. The unique range of colours makes it a strong contender for any living room design, from traditional to more modern. The three-layered construction, topped with walnut wood, ensures that this flooring will be long-lasting, too. What more could you want? 

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Laminate flooring in the living room

Laminate flooring is one of the most popular flooring materials on the market right now. In fact, it may well be the most popular, a position it's occupied for quite some time now. Homeowners and landlords alike seem to love laminates, and it's not difficult to guess why - laminate flooring is hard-wearing, cost-effect, and it looks great and performs brilliantly in a wide variety of different spaces.

But what is laminate flooring? How are those sturdy, low-maintenance boards made? And what makes them such a winning choice for the home? If these are questions you've pondered to yourself, read on to learn the answers!

Is laminate flooring the same as wood flooring?

Not exactly. Laminate flooring is primarily made out of wood, but when people talk about 'wood flooring', they're usually referring to solid wood flooring. A solid wood board is just one solid piece of wood (most commonly oak), whereas the construction of a laminate floor plank is somewhat more complex.

How is laminate flooring made?

Laminate flooring is essentially a photocopied image of a floor placed atop a piece of hard-wearing wood and covered (or 'laminated') with a durable wear layer to protect it from damage.

What is Laminate Flooring?

The 'decorative paper' (as it is termed in the diagram above) is often designed to look like solid wood, but technically you can use any photo you want when constructing a laminate floor. There are laminates that look like ceramic tiles, stone slabs, and patterned mosaics; there are also a whole host of out-there laminate flooring designs that look unlike any natural flooring product you could imagine!

Unusual Laminate Floors

The advantages of laminate flooring

The great thing about laminate flooring is the fact that it allows you to emulate the flooring material of your choice - be it solid wood, glossy tiles, et cetera - without any of the difficulties. Laminate flooring is:
  • Attractive
  • Durable and low-maintenance
  • Easy to install
  • Suitable for a wide range of rooms
  • Very reasonably priced
Few (if any!) other types of flooring tick all five of these boxes, so laminate flooring stands more or less alone as the product of choice for busy households on a tight budget!

Selecting a floor for your kitchen can be a tricky business. The kitchen tends to be a more challenging environment than, say, the living room because of the water and food spills that often come into contact with the kitchen floor. Constant exposure to moisture and mess can be rough on a floor, and if you select the wrong material you'll quickly come to regret it.

However, the good news is that there are plenty of flooring materials that can cope in the kitchen, and with a huge variety of styles to choose from, you can indulge your inner interior designer while still making sensible decisions and purchasing products that will hold up well in votre cuisine. Here are ten delightful kitchen flooring ideas to get your inspiration flowing:

Slate Laminate Kitchen Flooring

Faus 8mm Aventino Arena Slate Laminate Flooring

This light-coloured slate effect laminate floor has a quaint countryside charm that's just perfect for the kitchen, we think.



Rustic Oak Vinyl Kitchen Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Clic Flooring: Rustic Oak

Floormaker's Luxury Vinyl range is full of products that are great for bathrooms and kitchens. This oak-effect design has a weathered look that makes the ideal foundation for a rustic design scheme.



Red Glossy Laminate Tiles

Westco 8mm Red High Gloss Tile Effect Laminate

At the complete opposite end of the spectrum we find this glossy tile effect laminate flooring with a spectacularly bright red colour. If you want a funky, modern-looking kitchen then this product is well worth a look.



Barn Oak Laminate Flooring

Westco 8mm Barn Oak Laminate Flooring

This is another sturdy laminate floor with an attractive weathered-looking design that belies its robust, water-resistant specifications. A top choice for shabby chic fans!



Lacquered Engineered Light Oak Flooring

Westco 14.5mm Light Oak Engineered Flooring

If you want a genuine wood floor in your kitchen then engineered wood is a good choice. This gorgeously detailed floor has a brushed and lacquered finish (making it extra-resilient), and the 190mm-wide boards look wonderfully authentic and charming.



Imperial Oak Laminate Flooring

Faus 8mm Imperial Oak Laminate Flooring

This one is a laminate floor, but the knots and whorls on the surface make it almost indistinguishable from real wood! Board width varies from one plank to the next, giving this floor an unrefined feel that works very well in the kitchen.



Black Glossy Laminate Kitchen Tiles

Westco 8mm Bottocino Black High Gloss Laminate Flooring

Looking for a kitchen flooring design that will leave your guests speechless? If so, this high gloss Bottocino floor should fit the bill perfectly. The laminate tiles have a marbled appearance that is the very essence of classical splendour.



Gunstock Oak Engineered Flooring

Westco 13.5mm Engineered Gunstock Oak Flooring

Another engineered wood floor, Gunstock Oak is a deliciously dark product whose natural woody grain stands out a mile in any environment.



Kamala Laminate Tiles

Kronotex 8mm Kamala Tile Effect Laminate

These creamy laminate tiles have a neutral design that slots neatly into all kinds of different decor schemes. Whether you're going for a simple farmhouse kitchen design or an ultra-modern Scandinavian look, we think you'll find that our Kamala tiles fit right in!



Wood Effect Luxury Vinyl Flooring

Luxury Vinyl Clic Flooring: Brown

Finally, here's another of our ingenious wood-effect luxury vinyl products. Your house guests will scarcely suspect that this dark brown beauty isn't a genuine solid wood floor!


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