Havwood’s Dark & Dramatic Wooden Flooring

Inspiring architects and interior designers for well over forty years, Havwoods is the prevailing name in beautiful wood flooring design. Transform surfaces into a dramatically dark feature point with Havwoods and its superior selection of engineered wood flooring.

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With the rise in popularity for dark wood flooring within the interiors world, deeper shades of natural wood can be used to provide a striking contrast in a room whilst adding to its warmth and comfort. From the shadowy appeal of Pureplank’s Matisse to the rich chocolaty tones of Henley’s Corea, each board across the expansive collection is beautifully tailored to complement an organic yet sophisticated scheme that will flow naturally across every room in the home.

Homeowners can create a truly dramatic look by combining their dark wood flooring with a minimal palette of soft grey, industrial influences and metallic finishes, such as steel and copper for an eclectic urban appeal. Or finish the scheme with warm contemporary furnishings, crisp white walls and understated accessories for an inviting interior scheme that will be on-trend for years to come. Havwoods’ engineered boards not only provide lifelong durability but also a long-lasting aesthetic that embraces the natural appeal of wood shades and textures.

Manufactured to the highest standards and finishes using a variety of different surface techniques, from brushing and burning to distressing and planing, the result is a weathered-effect that is perfect for adding interest and character to the home. Consumers can choose from hundreds of quality engineered, reclaimed and solid wood planks across the exclusive collections, all made to fit seamlessly into any interior space.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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