In recent years, the trend for pale Scandi-look wood floors moved from the pages of interior design magazines to become a reality in stylish UK homes.
The popularity of paler floors doesn’t look like decreasing any time soon. Meanwhile, the next trend is following hot on its heels! This time it’s toward more-patterned floors like herringbone and chevron – and combinations of these floors and planks.
Trinity Square, once the heart of Britain’s trading empire, has arisen once again after a six year, multimillion pound renovation with a little help from Ted Todd. One of the finest examples of a true landmark building in London, the Grade II listed building located next to the Tower of London has now been re-created into a collection of 41 luxury apartments and a five star Four Seasons flagship Hotel, Club and Spa.Read More
When you choose a Ted Todd wood floor, you can be sure you’re in good company.
We have worked with well known brands across the globe, and have had our floors chosen for everything from restaurants, bars, and hotels, to retail stores, offices, and even yachts, and everything in between.Read More
Herringbone and chevron wooden floors, or wood block and parquet flooring, have become synonymous with uber-trendy interior spaces in recent years – and their popularity only continues to increase. But what is the history behind these versatile patterned floors and why do they continue to be so popular, centuries after they were first used on wood flooring?Read More