Our three-layered solid oak boards are designed to help you bring your creative vision to life, with a diverse range of formats, sizes, finishes, and colours. Our proven, sustainable process combines the timeless beauty of solid European oak with the strength, stability, and precision of engineered timber to set a new standard in layered timber. These unique boards can be applied to almost any surface to elevate a space with the beauty and warmth of natural oak.
Noble, natural and strong – there’s no limit to the possibilities.
Our unique three-layered, solid timber construction enhances the natural strength and beauty of European oak to create a new standard in engineered timber boards.
Good design starts with solid foundations. Unlike other engineered boards, which use a solid timber surface over layers of ply, the beauty of our hardwood boards runs deeper than the surface.
We use three layers of the finest European oak to craft sustainable boards that use up to 70% more of the tree. This approach also ensures a consistent environmental response that reduces the risk of warping and gives our boards impressive structural stability that will offer a lifetime of strength and integrity.
Backed by the strength of three layers of solid European oak, our boards allow you to reimagine the possibilities of great design. The single-source material combined with the stability of our manufacturing process and precise engineering allows us to craft a wide range of dimensions – from fine parquetry to widths of up to 400mm and lengths up to 5m – for versatile application, including:
The solid European oak used to craft our boards is a natural, organic material – and it should be cared for to preserve its beauty and maximise its longevity. With proper care, the boards will age gracefully, developing a unique patina over time that will enhance the inherent beauty of the timber. Tongue & Groove boards also feature a generous top layer that can be refinished to update their appearance or give them a new lease on life.
Protect your floor from scratches by fitting furniture with discreet felt feet. In high traffic areas, consider hall runners or rugs.
Excessive exposure to direct sunlight can cause fading. Rugs, curtains and blinds will help protect your floor.
Ground-in dirt can be easily treated with purpose-specific timber floor cleaner and a damp mop – just be careful not to use excessive water.