I do not believe this sample and colour to match it needs a description. A true black colour which we have been able to capture perfectly to show black is a colour to not be forgotten when choosing a flooring. The colour works well with our chevron range.
A stunning one of one colour which has a process to it. We hand finish all our wood flooring with special techniques to produce amazing samples. This colour is in your face with the stunning arrange of colours within the herringbone blocks.
Frozen White has been created to have a very natural yet white modern look without having too much white in the oak. With this colour we wanted to keep the oak as natural looking as possible, creating a special mix to produce this finish.
We have produced this colour in our herringbone form as this works very well with the design. The blocks take the white colour while keeping the natural background colour in a modern yet aesthetically pleasing colour.
Obsolete is quite a dark grey colour with a silvery grey colour added to the grain to provide a lovely contrast showing a deep depth in the grain. The wood will look light under natural and artificial light while looking dark and rich under darkness.
Maroon is a very dark colour, however not a black colour as first seen by the eye. The colour is a very deep brownish-red colour that comes to life under the light. The wood will always show a rich depth.
Heritage Oak has a colour that is quite a process to produce. The face consists of a light brown, mix with greys to produce a beautiful looking wood which would work very well in the right setting. All our samples show depth as the grain is filled with colour by hand.
Our cream sample has been created to look pale under no light. Once there is natural or artificial light shown to the wood it will come alive with a beautiful white yet very natural colour. The third board has been oiled in stain to show the shine and colour difference, compared to the matt finish.
One would mistake Linden for a black colour however, you would be mistaken under the darkness. Once the light is shown to the wood. The dark reddish-brown colour will come out and show the true beauty of the wood.
The Raven colour has a beautiful deep brown colour with a hint of red, a timeless colour, rich in quality. While the face of the oak takes the deep brown colour the grains take an almost black colour to show an outstanding contrast.
We have created this colour to have the modern brown rather than a dark brown, we find that the lighter browns with a slightly grey tone works well in many settings. We have oiled the last sample in a satin hard wax oil to show the shine and difference in colour.
It is in the name, the oak has been finished in such a way to have a weathered look which we find unique. The colour is essentially a light grey with white veins within the grain. Our samples have a depth which only produced by hand finishing.
With this sample we have given you three options, all three boards have the same undercoat with a different second coat to alter the colour slightly on all three. All our finishes are produced by our experts at Woodcraft Flooring.
We have formulated a colour to be a light brown which is darker than the natural colour of oak. The light brown is easy on the eyes. We have oiled the first board to the left in Satin to show the shine level and colour difference.
Alaska has been created to allow the oak to show its true colours while the grains take the white dense colour for a unique finish. The two samples on the left are slightly darker allowing less natural oak colour to come through for a modern look, while the lighter sample on the right has been created for a natural look and feel.
Carbon Olive is a new sample created for a light traditional look. The oak has taken the brown within the grain, where the face has taken the lighter slightly green colour. the lighter sample is a mixture to show a lighter yes traditional option.
With smoked grey, we have produced three unique modern finishes, from the darkest of the three with the modern grey ting, to the middle sample which is a lighter grey, a sought after finish at the moment. The lighter colour has been on the market for a while, however it is the most natural of the three, allowing the true colour of the oak to come through.
Torello is a mix of three finishes, however they all started with the same base oil. Different treatments have been added to each board, oak is very workable in terms of finishes, we are able to produce colours with no restraint.
This colour has been created to produce a grey tone to the wood while keeping the oak as natural as possible, the light grey colours are deep within the grain while the slightly darker greys have stayed on the face of the oak. We can produce any finish required as all finishes are bespoke.
A traditional finish with a twist, the oil applied to the wood brings out the deep character of every block. while the face takes the subtle colours, the grains take the deep rich dark colour which intensifies the character.
One of our new colours, which is produced by a combination by new oils which have just been released. The sample is showing the lighter part which is one combination, the two darker colours are the same as the white sample with added combination. A modern colour with life and character.
A special finish produced by several coats of treatment. The oak captures the white pigment within the smallest grains including the bevelled edges which is a finish we can produce if desired. All our products are hand finished, quality checked a signed off.
Mineral Grey is a new colour produced from a reactive stain to take away the natural colour of the oak in order to have a full grey colour. The beauty is that the variation of the oak will still produce a lovely wood floor.
A herringbone parquet, distressed by hand with passion to produce a stunning finish which blushes with variation and allows each block to express it's story. While the face remains natural, the deep carving keeps the black oil applied; any colour can be produced as we custom distress and hand finish all our products.
When this sample is in the light the oak and finish shows lighter in the night, darker settings is when the wood comes to life showing a reddish brown tone with the slight white within the depths of the grain.
Specially created finish, yet another product which we have spent time and dedication to create, the grains come through the face of the wood, being brushed to open the grain up and apply different layers of oil to produce this stunning finish.
Traditional honey colour applied to this product, a mixture of knots will be present in this wood. The sample is meant for those who want a true showcasing of the natural beauty of wood beneath their feet.
Woodcraft Flooring is all about fully bespoke products, this finish stands out like our other finishes, the wood is finished with care and attention. The grains within the oak face have attracted the lighter colour and darker grain in this case, multiple colours and a special combination of techniques are used to produce this master piece.
This finish has a slight green contrast within the face of the board, the brownish green will work well with certain settings. The grain attracts the darker colour showing the natural beauty of grain pattern to remind you that the product is produced by nature.
Time, skill and knowledge has been used to create this beauty, if you have an experienced eye when it comes to wood finishes you can tell this is special, a number of layers have been applied to the oak to produce a beautiful contrast between face and grain.
French European oak with a consistent pattern, we have allowed small knots on this finish for those who want a prime look without paying for the prime price, narrow boards work with smaller areas. The finish is light and modern, we always try to preserve and allow the beauty of the wood to come through.
A traditional oak colour which has been around for such a long time, the finish suits very well in modern settings, as the colour is fairly light it does seem to make the space larger than it actually is.
Lava Oak has a number of colours within the wood, the finish is not created for everyone. Oak has such properties that it takes colours and finishes well, the grain has taken a white colour so it shows through the number of dark colours on the face of the wood.
Oak that is grown in France produces a strait uniform grain where the oak which is grown in Russia produces a variation of grain patters, something to think of when choosing your wood flooring. This sample has a hint of pink in it with no natural honey colour which oak naturally produces.
Wide oak boards work better with a large area, more grain and character is present on each board. A new mixture of colour yet a traditional finish is produced. The wood gives the impression that it is fumed, which is not the case. A special blend of colours are used to produce this beautiful finish.
This distressing takes the most time out of all our techniques due to the hard work and dedication as we spend 1-2 hours per board from start to finish. However, the outcome is truly worthwhile. We can produce all colours and designs in this distressed state.
This sample was produced by accident, however it is such a beautiful and eventful sample. We have produced the purple face with the pure white embedded in the grain and distressed parts. The product works well in bars.
This wood is one of our most innovative designs; the board was black before we sanded the face down back to the original colour but the black remained in the distressed parts of the oak plank. We are able produce this in any design and colour.
This wood has been distressed on the face; we distress all our wood with old hand tools where we are able to produce better quality distressing as the tools wear out, it increases the natural effect of distressing.
Mansion Weave is a beautiful design, this design comes in pieces which we install similar to herringbone, it will transform your floor into art. With all our products there is an extensive range of colours to choose from.
A beautiful design produced which comes in square to produce an outstanding wood floor, with these panels we can produce truly any kind of design at any dimensions with any colour in our colour range, we also colour match any type of colour needed.
Herringbone finished with a Wenge boarder, this wood has had clear hard wax oil applied, a natural colour allowing the oak to show its natural beauty, the combination works very well expressing the herringbone design to come through.
The picture of this sample does not do the actual wood justice, you have to see it and feel the sample to understand the product. Time and work goes into producing such beautiful designs and finishes which can only be produced by hand.
Chevron, another design from herringbone, works well with large areas and looks amazing. We can produce an extensive colour range on all types of wood flooring and styles, including this unique design.
Wenge is at the top of the list when it comes to beauty, if you want a beautiful wood flooring this is the wood for you, Wenge will go with every setting you have, it is a true work of art from nature. I do not have enough words to describe the beauty of this wood.
With this walnut we have applied a clear hard wax oil in our other walnut sample it is finished with lacquer if you want a true natural and hand custom finish we recommend going for a hard wax oil finish.
Jatoba is a beautiful wood, with species other than oak we will always leave the natural colour as it is to show the beauty of the natural colour. We have applied a clear hard wax oil to preserve the natural beauty.
With Walnut species, the great thing is that it is affordable and it is absolutely beautiful. We can produce many colours and finishes on oak however we cannot produce a different species, nature does that and we thank nature by preserving the beauty of the wood.
An authentic colour which brings out the beauty of the grain within the wood. An image no matter the contrast and definition does not do the natural beauty of the wood any justice. To really see and appreciate our wood, you will need to see it with the naked eye and feel the grains running through the wood with your fingers.
The difference between a thermally treated oak and a non-thermally treated oak is like night and day. This can be clearly seen with this 6 hour smoked sample with a white oil used to complement the natural dark wood.
This is the darkest colour you can achieve on wood, even though it is very dark, darker than black it does not darken the room, you can still see the grains within the face of the wood reminding you that you are walking on a natural yet beautiful product of nature.
Combination of hard wax oils used to produce this grey brownish finish. The depths of the grain likes to attract the darker or lighter colours in this case it has taken the dark colour giving the beautiful variation.
With the wood descending from Russia and using Russian oil we produce this beautiful piece, hand finished to perfection, with a natural product, hand finishing makes all the difference as we control the speed, colour, and consistency on each board.
Another thermally treated wood, with this one we have a 12 hour fumed oak with pure white oil applied to the wood to produce this amazing colour. The variation in fumed wood is amazing, however there is a wide variation in this product due to the treatment.
This wood has been thermally treated therefore opening up various opportunities to produce stunning finishes to the wood. When looking at this sample you can almost feel the grain without touching the wood.
First of all, everyone loves chocolate and this sample is a favourite once it is down. The wood will produce a dark, yet elegant floor, however light enough to appreciate the grains running through this beauty.
With this finish, the type of distressing is in the name, with the colour of a reptile matching the distressed look, this wood works very well in bars and restaurants. With certain interior settingS within the home this wood finish will work.
The wood has had a deep brushing to show the depths of the grain further, the edges of the board have been lightly distressed so when the boards lock in together it gives a very nice yet subtle distressed finish.
Iroko is an African hardwood known as a substitute for the true Asian or Burmese Teak. Iroko is found widely throughout Africa with many uses from boat builder, furniture, construction and wood flooring. Iroko is a tough as Beach hardwood. Iroko will darken over time to become a light brown colour with sometimes unusual grains. We are able to supply solid and engineered with different finishes available.
Ipe is known as the most durable wood on the market, with a very dense cell structure, the wood is heavy and tough. Ipe has natural light brownish to orange hues, with hints of green and grey. If you are looking for a very durable wood flooring which will withstand all elements, Ipe is known to be used for decking as it is the most durable wood which can be used for decking and wood flooring. Ipe is grown is South America region. We are able to provide matt, satin and gloss in both oil and lacquer.
Palisander is rare exotic hardwood. the wood originates in Africa and comes from the same family as wenge which is a widely known species. Palisander is dark brown in colour, lighter than wenge however has dark large grains running through the wood. Palisander is known for its hardness factor. Palisander is hard to source as it is a protected species, we only manufacture to order, we are able to apply different finishes, the wood is available in solid and engineered.
Afrormosia known as African teak, the hardwood does share a lot of similarities with teak, however the rich wavy grain is a beautiful aspect of the wood. Afrormosia is currently endangered under code CITES 2, which allows limited use of the wood. The wood is incredibly hard wearing and durable with very little movement over the seasons.
Asian teak is a dense and hardwood which is very long lasting and durable. Teak has a natural dark orange colour to light up the room. If you are looking for a hard wearing wooden floor, with many styles, with plenty of colour and variation, Teak is a very good option.
Bubinga species of wood originates in central and western regions of Africa. The extreme grains and high character of Bubinga wood has made it a unique hardwood used in many applications. A hard, tight, dense wood which is very stable is a perfect wood floor if you are willing to try something quite unique.
Merbau is a well known exotic species which is derived from the Malaysian Peninsula, the wood is generally a golden red colour with a outstanding variation, the wood has black grains running through the face. A very stable species with a much harder and dense structure than European Oak.
Moabi is a rare sought after African wood, the species has a reddish pink natural look, the grains are very faint. Moabi is very hard wood, the wood has a distinctive colour which stands out for a unique look.
An African species of wood with a golden red natural colour. Doussie which derives from the Afzelia species is an extremely hard wood with a tight grain, harder than Maple and Hickory. The wood is very valuable and is a wonder of nature as are all wood species.