Natural In More Ways Than The Finish
The Naked Floors definition of natural oak goes beyond an invisible finish.
If you’re turned off by the uniform dimensions of mass-produced, flat pack floors, you’ll love how we help you avoid all that.
- No two floorboards from Naked Floors are ever the same.
- Our hand finishing process ensures every square inch of floorboard is subtly different.
- Unless you want parquet, or herringbone, our floorboards only come in only in random length lots. We don’t sell uniform length flat packs!
- For the ultimate in organic flooring design, you can randomise width as well as length, with one of the 6 mixed width options.
Natural Oak Flooring suitable for most home and commercial uses:
- Living and sleeping and kitchen areas, including lofts.
- Function rooms, open plan offices, restaurants.
- Conservatories and basements.
- Spaces with underfloor heating.
- Lay directly on joists, plywood / particleboard or concrete screed.
Design and Pairing Potential
Natural oak wood flooring is supremely versatile, and makes it easy to create an original design aesthetic in your home or public space.
On cold, or overcast days it’s warm, sunny and inviting. When things get hot and stuffy, it’s cool, spacious and soothing underfoot.
It’s a no-brainer for contemporary rooms and Scandinavian style homes, but it provides almost limitless mixability in any situation. Natural oak flooring pairs well with most colours, and makes an especially good match for neutrals such as black, beige, grey and white.
About Naked Floors Engineered Oak Flooring
You can choose from 11 width options ranging from 90mm narrow oak floorboards, to 300mm extra wide plank natural oak. We also offer 6 mixed width combos, so you can find the perfect size for any room.
Like all our floorboards these are these are 100% real wood. There’s no particleboard / MDF / HDF component or vinyl. Just multiple layers of top quality timber combined for maximum durability and structural stability.
These are structural quality floorboards, which means you can lay them directly on timber joists, without the need for any other supporting platform. Structural grade floorboards normally need to be at least 18mm thick, whereas these are 21mm thick.
The complete thickness profile is 21mm thick, featuring a 6mm top, or wear layer of solid, natural oak, and a 15mm birch ply backing.
Note, the 6mm wear layer is easily thick enough to allow for light sanding, if you ever need to resurface your floorboards for any reason.
All our floorboards are tongue and groove all round, which makes for easy, snug fitting and alignment.
Floorboard Physical Specifications
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Floorboard Colour & Finish Details