The advantages of white painted engineered wood flooring
Engineered wood flooring comes with many benefits. First and foremost is the properties of engineered wood; because it contains an inner layer of plywood, it is less susceptible to water damage than solid wood flooring. Not to mention, this type of floor is also more environmentally friendly by using significantly less wood.
White engineered wood planks are incredibly easy to install yourself. The efficient installation methods include an engineered tongue and groove system, meaning you can easily click each plank into place without the use of glue or nails. This will save you money without the need to hire a fitter. Also, because this floor is easy to maintain, you don’t have to worry about replacement costs any time soon.
Finally, another advantage of this flooring is the unique colour and aesthetic it offers. If you are designing a room with a vision in mind of it being clean and light with soft lines, then white engineered wood flooring could be a great option. While neutral wood colours such as oak and beech are often popular, they add to a traditional look. White engineered wood can create a striking and modern space. However, because white is a neutral colour which will complement any décor, it can also be used for a romantic, vintage look. Whatever your style preference, white wood flooring can help you create it.
Where can I lay white engineered wood floor?
As stated, white engineered wood is an incredibly versatile type of flooring and look great in most rooms. However, because engineered wood is not completely waterproof, it might be best to avoid bathrooms and instead opt for a laminate or vinyl floor in wet rooms.
White engineered wood flooring is particularly suited to bedrooms, hallways, lounges, dining rooms, living rooms or even commercial spaces, such as shops or offices. This type of flooring is easy to maintain so you don’t need to worry about areas prone to lots of mess or footfall.
The different styles of white engineered wood flooring
Although there is one universal characteristic to white engineered wood flooring, they all differ by the shade of white, the grade of the wood, and how wide the planks are.
For example, whitewashed oak engineered wood flooring could come in different flooring grades which will affect the look of the wood. For example, a classic grade won’t show many typical characteristics of wood, for example, knots. Whereas a rustic grade floor will come with all kinds of knots and grooves you’d expect with solid wood. A classic grade is ideal for contemporary rooms who want a sleek and minimalist look. If you want a more homely or traditional style, a rustic grade may be best for you.
Read more here:A Guide to Different Flooring Grades.
The width of the planks can also affect the overall look of the room. Our white engineered flooring can vary from 14-18mm thick. Thick planks can help a small room to appear bigger, whereas smaller planks can help add more detail to spacious rooms.
We offer brands such as Abbey, Loire Naturalle and Manor Collection, who have perfected the art of engineered flooring and tailored their products to the needs of people around the country.
Call us today on 0330 100 0015 to find out which product will suit your specific requirements. You can place your order online, and before you know it you will be enjoying your new floor.