Advice, tips & tricks
Floors are often the largest investment in a new design scheme. So making the right choices about the mix of materials and how they are laid, as well as the best heating system, adhesives, grouts and sealants is absolutely key.
With such a wide range of products available - from stone and porcelain to timber, carpet and vinyl, it’s impossible to cover every eventuality or question here. Our design service is grounded in solid technical knowledge so just call us and someone will know the answer, no matter how complex your question.
ADVICE Useful tips articles
With so many products, looks and trends to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. In these downloadable articles we explore some of the most popular topics and regularly asked questions to help you make the right choices. Alternatively, just give us a call to talk it through.
SPECIALISTS The technical team
We don’t just love the design and sourcing process; we underpin this with solid technical knowledge. Each of our team has a particular specialism and they have been there, on the ground – installing the products and finding the right solutions for years. There isn’t much we haven’t seen, which means we avoid the showstoppers you could otherwise face, and can troubleshoot anything unforeseen that arises. Our specialists will ensure your surfaces look great and perform long into the future.
Once you have browsed our collection you may wish to see samples of the products you’re considering. You can do this on the individual product’s detail page, where a cut sample is available.
If you’re nearby, pop in to our Bath-based design centre to look at larger versions of the samples – we have thousands and will help you navigate the plethora of trend, material, colour and finish choices. Together, we hone your vision and define the best package of products to achieve the look you seek within the budget you set. You are also very welcome to borrow samples, including large slabs, to help make your final decision.
*Please note - stone and wood are natural products and are, therefore, susceptible to variations in structure, veining and tonality. Samples should be considered an approximate rather than exact representation.