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Want to know what makes a Ted Todd floor special?

Read our overviews below to find out more about what goes into our floors, and what the icons you’ll see throughout our site mean.

Design


Planks

Inspired by traditional floors, our planks range from narrow width (80mm), to traditional floorboard width (140mm) and wide planks (180 to 220mm), making them incredibly versatile.

Chevron

Sometimes confused for herringbone, chevrons are angled at 45 or 33 degrees for a strong statement look.

Herringbone

Made up of individual elements arranged into a variety of designs, herringbone patterns have a strong design impact and works well in all interior styles.

Squares

Our squares are an unusual format for a wood floor. Mix with planks, chevron or herringbone or lay on their own for a statement look.

Panels

Our panels give you a fresh take on traditional designs, perfect for rooms of all shapes and sizes. Super-stylish and brilliantly versatile, they will transform your interior.

Cladding

Our stunning wood floors don’t just look good on the floor. For a creative look, use them on walls, ceilings, doors or furniture.

Tone


Dark

Rich tones add a sense of elegance to your interior. This refined, dark look will make your room warm and inviting.

Medium

The traditional choice when it comes to wood flooring, these natural tone floors are the perfect foundation for your room.

Light

This on-trend tone is one of our most popular, and is perfect for both modern and traditional interiors.

White

White tone floors are the perfect statement to add a contemporary twist to your interior.

Grey

Modern and on-trend, our grey floors range from cool aluminium’s to smoky stone greys. Whether you want a striking look or a calm, zen space, we have the perfect floor to match.

Black

Black tone floors add a sense of drama to your interior and can add a striking look to your home.

Finish


Naked Skin Lacquer

This clear, soft-feel lacquer maintains the original ‘unfinished’ look of natural wood, while providing high levels of durability.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with Care System 1.

Matt Lacquer

Providing maximum durability with minimal maintenance, this oiled appearance UV lacquer is one of our best-sellers.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with care system 1.

Satin Lacquer

Our traditional, durable lacquer creates a subtle gloss effect without reflective shine.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with Care System 1.

Hardened Oil

Hardened oil is an oil based finish. It has a natural look with a subtle sheen. The outer layer is hardened to give added wear and water resistance, making it easy to maintain.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with Care System 1.

Restoration Oil

A truly organic, oiled finish that provides a deep lustre to your floor. The benefit of this finish is that it can be easily restored with Oil Replenish. Oil Replenish is easy to apply and quick to dry.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with Care System 2.

Burnished Hardwax Oil

The finish is durable, natural and unrivalled. It combines oils which deeply penetrate into the wood’s pores with a hardwax that is polished to a deep patina.

If your floor has this finish, look after it with Care System 2.

Textures


Shadow Sawn

Using innovative techniques, we create saw marks at random across the width of the board for an on-trend look.

Skip Sawn

Inspired by the natural wear and tear of wood, we make both shallow and deep saw marks across open areas of the board.

Sand Blasted

Replicating a weather-beaten texture, our sand blasted floors have an authentic, reclaimed appearance.

Undulating

By sanding the wood’s natural undulations, we work with the grain across the floor for a truly organic feel.

Brushed

To reveal the timber’s natural grain, we remove soft summer growth using our clever brushing technique.

Smooth

Carefully sanded to achieve a sleek, uniform look for that contemporary gallery-style finish.

SPEC


Engineered Wood Flooring

Our engineered floors are made from layered sections of solid wood. Each layer runs in a different direction to ensure durability and stability, reducing the wood’s natural tendency to expand and contract. This makes it the perfect partner for underfloor heating, older homes and rooms below ground level. The top layer of an engineered board is known as the wear layer and ranges from 4mm to 6mm in thickness. Wood floors can be sanded and resealed to prolong their life, so the thicker the wear layer, the more times you can do this.

Solid Wood Flooring

Solid floors are the more traditional choice, and unlike our engineered options they are simply made from a single layer of wood. Due to its single layer construction, solid wood is durable, but because of its natural tendency to expand and contract it is not suitable for use with underfloor heating. Solid wood floors can be sanded and resealed many times because the wear layer above the tongue is 8mm. When taken care of with our Care Systems, our solid wood floors will last a lifetime.

Solid 20mm

20mm of solid hardwood.

Weight: 15kg/m2

2 ply 20mm

6mm hardwood wear layer bonded to 100% birch plywood.

Weight: 14kg/m2

2 ply 15mm

4mm hardwood wear layer bonded to 100% birch plywood.

Weight: 10kg/m2

3 ply 15mm

4mm hardwood wear layer cross bonded to 2 layers of oak.

Weight: 11kg/m2

3 layer 15mm

4mm hardwood wear layer bonded to a block board core.

Weight: 7.5kg/m2

Nature Grade

Nature grade refers to wood that has been selected to show a broad range of natural characteristics, such as knots, sap and colour variation.

Select Grade

Select grade wood presents natural characteristics with some knots and minor colour variation.

Prime Grade

Prime grade refers to wood that has been selected for its clean, uniform appearance with minimal knots, sap and colour variation.