The deep scorching effect of Salvaged Redwood beautifully highlights the distinctive knot and grain details of this design. Coupled with charcoal and rich brown hues, it is full of bold character, perfect for open-plan living spaces.
With every knot and grain detail being meticulously recreated, Reclaimed Redwood boasts a strikingly authentic timber look. The linear light grey characteristics, paired with mid-brown undertones, create a truly individual look.
The warm tones of our Lime Washed Cypress are subtly enhanced by the linear soft greys seen in the grain detail. Its softly sanded look makes it an ideal canvas to accompany nearly any interior scheme.
Honey Oak offers the look of reclaimed timber in a light golden brown tone. With delicate hints of pale ash, coupled with its striking grain details, this wood design is an ideal choice for more contemporary spaces.
For a really classic oak timber look to your space, but with none of the challenges of maintaining an oak timber floor, look no further than our Classic Oak Van Gogh Designflooring plank. The traditional oak grain has a rich mix of warm, variable tones for a really authentic traditional look.
For a more traditional Birch appearance in the natural pale honey tones of the wood that inspired it, consider our gentle Van Gogh Birch plank. Unlike a real timber Designflooring requires only very simple maintenance, enabling you to create an authentic real wood style with none of the practical drawbacks.
Similar to our Country Oak effect in colour and tone, Distressed Oak has a more pronounced grain with greater knot and line details in its design. Again, an authentic rustic finish with none of the drawbacks of real timber make for a great traditional style that works across a range of spaces.
Wellington Oak couples the distinctive knot details ofÂ our Van Gogh range of oak effects, with a warmer mid brown for a neutral, classic backdrop to any room. The larger planks create a sense of space whilst the rich tones ensure your room remains welcoming and homely.