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Contemporary Flooring

Contemporary Flooring


Posted in Engineered Wood Flooring by Source on April 29th 2011
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Engineered hardwood flooring is real hardwood – the word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it is made. And there are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product. Engineered wood floors provide all the beauty and charm of a solid wood floor with excellent dimensional stability and versatility.

Engineered hardwoods are made of several layers, or 'plies' that are glued together in a cross – grain construction. This type of construction is far stronger than a single piece of solid wood; and it’s also more structurally sound – it won’t buckle, gap, cup or twist. The contemporary range:

Contemporary interior design is all about elegance and simplicity. Contemporary rooms have an expensive feel to them creating an elegant looking room. They have hints of modernism in them giving them a simple and clean look.

Flooring can change a room's look and feel. Contemporary rooms tend to have a darker tone wood floor which is one of the things that make them look rich and expensive. Most wood flooring is actually cheaper than quality carpet. When choosing furniture for a room makes sure that there is a contrast between the flooring and your furniture so your room does not appear boring and dark. The Milanese range offers a clean, contemporary and fashionable style created by the use of a select grade of oak in a clean matt lacquer finish. The select grade means fewer knots and characteristics than often occur in a rustic grade of oak. For more ideas on flooring take a look at our wood flooring collections at www.sourcewoodfloors.co.uk.

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