Scroll to anchor 1

Unfinished Engineered Oak Wide Plank Flooring

Wide oak engineered flooring. Unfinished character grade oak.  Requires finishing on site after installation. Prices start from £45.95 per square metre.

Browse & Order

White Fumed Wide Oak Flooring

White Fumed Wide Oak, Fumed oak floorboards  with a combination of weathered white, brown and  grey  tones.

Browse & Order

Wiversfield Wide Plank Engineered Flooring

Wide plank oak flooring, hand crafted with gentle  distressed  surface and edges as an option adding real  character  to any dwelling.  Mixed Width Boards also available…

Browse & Order

Golden Oak Wide Plank Wood Flooring Oiled

Naturally Oiled by hand. Board length up to 2.8 metres. Widths available from 90mm up to 300mm wide.

Browse & Order

Cafe Arabica Wide Oak Floorboards

A warm inviting mix of autumnal colours. Wide board options: 180mm, 220mm & 300mm.

Browse & Order

Petworth Fawn Grey Oak Wide Plank Flooring

Wide Engineered Oak Flooring. Deep, rich fumed look. Tips of grain highlighted with contrasting natural grey, white and fawny brown…

Browse & Order

Raw Umber Wide Plank Oak Floors

Engineered Wide Plank Smoked Oak Floorboards. Shades of reddish brown with varied soft grey overtones. Available widths include 180mm, 220mm and 300mm.

Browse & Order

Laurel Oak Bark Wide Plank Oak Flooring

Wide plank oak flooring, hand crafted with optional gentle distressed surface and edges adding real charcter to any dwelling. Mixed Width Boards also available…

Browse & Order

Sussex Burnt Oak Wide Plank Wood Flooring

Sussex Burnt Oak dark wide engineered floorboards. Deep, burnt hues of brown and a hint of Jacobean.

Browse & Order

Clay Grey Oak Engineered Wide Wood Flooring

Projecting a cool, contemporary feel, Clay Grey Wood Flooring  offers a timeless look appealing to most tastes.

Browse & Order

Charcoal Grey Oak Wide Plank Flooring

A contemporary  platinum oak wood floor offering both modern and fluid simplicity. Well suited for both residential and commercial projects.

Browse & Order

Brushed and Oiled Wide Oak Flooring

Brushed and Oiled Wide Oak Flooring. Available as Prime Grade or Character Grade Oak. Wide board widths from 180mm up to 300mm.

Browse & Order

Dark Oak Wide Plank Wood Flooring (Fumed)

Dark Fumed Wide Oak floorboards. Subtle tinges of burgundy, maroon and plum with a dominant wenge wood shadow. Widths include 180mm,220mm and 300mm

Browse & Order

Repro Reclaimed Grey Barn Oak Wide Plank Wood Floors

Repro’ Reclaimed Grey Barn Oak, Wide Wood Engineered Flooring.

Browse & Order

Douglas Fir Wide Plank Flooring

Douglas Fir Flooring, prefinished, white wood floors.

Browse & Order

Natural Oak Engineered Wide Wood Flooring

Natural Oak Engineered Wood Flooring, pre-finished and treated but with the look of a raw, untreated Oak Floor. Width options include: 180mm, 220mm & 300mm.

Browse & Order

Hamptons Style Wide White Oak Floors

Wide White Oak Engineered Flooring. (Wishy Washy White Wood), Naturally White Oiled. Width options include 180mm, 220mm & 300mm..

Browse & Order

History of Wide Plank Wood Flooring in Britain

Wide plank wood floors hark back to the Tudor, Jacobean and Baroque periods – the late 1400s, 1500s and 1600s.

Along with velvet, satin, silk and beeswax candles, wide floorboards were a hallmark of wealth and power.

From the Georgian period onward as the cost of raw timber begain to increase, the width of floorboards began to shrink.

The Wide Wood Flooring Renaissance 

Wide plank wood flooring has enjoyed a resurgence in recent times thanks to big advances in engineered floorboard production.

A key feature of engineered floorboards is that they allow for much more economical use of the valuable top layer of hardwood. 

Scarcity aside, a good quality engineered plywood base beneath a hardwood or fir top layer is far superior to a solid timber floorboard. 

Solid wide floors were especially prone to warping and splitting.

Changes in ambient humidity cause the wood to expand or shrink which results in the common problems of ‘crowning’ and ‘cupping’.  

As such, they’re wholly unsuited for rooms with central or underfloor heating, or bathrooms and kitchens.

By contrast, wide engineered floorboards are very stable. They work well in kitchens, bathrooms, attics and even heated conservatories and orangeries.