We have worked with John Lewis to create two exclusive collections only available at their stores. To see these floors, please visit your local John Lewis store – you can find your nearest store using our map by clicking here
Cleeve Hill is our engineered wood flooring collection that is exclusively available at John Lewis. For full details and product descriptions, please visit a John Lewis store.
Engineered wood flooring is the most popular type of wood flooring for homes. Precision-made from layered sections of solid wood, the grain of each layer runs in a different direction to the next, enhancing its strength and reducing the wood’s natural tendency to expand and contract. This means it is far less susceptible to movement, making it the perfect choice for use with underfloor heating*.
Our exclusive collection for John Lewis includes both 15mm and 20mm thick floors in a variety of tones, from pale Scandinavian whites to warm caramels, all made from 100% hardwood. The range contains herringbone as well as planks, so you’re bound to find the perfect floor for your home – where you’re after something modern or traditional.
*Please check the suitability with your underfloor heating supplier before fitting a hardwood floor.
Eldon Hill is our solid wood flooring collection that is exclusively available at John Lewis. For full details and product descriptions, please visit a John Lewis store.
Solid wood floors are the tradition choice, and are exactly what you would expect them to be: each plank is one single piece of solid wood.
One great thing about our solid wood floors is that there is an 8mm wear layer above the tongue. This means that you can sand them down many times over the years to keep them looking fresh. For this reason, along with the right care, solid wood floors can last generations.
The collection contains a variety of tones – from pale wheats to warm toffees – so you can be sure to find the perfect floor for your home, whether you want something that echoes a bygone era or something more modern.
Wood has a tendency to expand and contract, and although this gives a lovely natural shape to the floor, it means that we wouldn’t recommend that you use underfloor heating with a solid wood floor.
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