Yarn is the kind of wood that makes you wish walls could talk; if it could, we’re sure Yarn’s fireside tales would be delivered over a mellow, well-matured malt. With its raw original patina, soft-sanded and natural-oiled, this is one of the most exciting cladding options our Bold Surfaces portfolio has to offer.
Cotton Mill Pine
Centuries ago, Grand Tours by Europe’s elite traversed remote inner Alpine valleys amid the slow-growing, centuries-old Swiss Pine. Returning with tales of romantic Alpine landscapes, ubiquitous pine-built buildings and cozy rooms, clad with super-resilient, sweet-scented locally sourced pinewood.
The different types of herringbone patterns
Traditional herringbone wood flooring is known and loved for its distinctive pattern and uniformity. By using simple rectangular blocks to create a repeated arrangement, you can craft a floor that is both inspiring and authentic. The angle of these blocks does not have a certain limit, and you can even expand beyond the common zig […]
How to use hexagonal patterns in your project
Parquet and geometric patterns have experienced a real boom period since the 1990s; a trend which shows no sign of slowing down as the herringbone, chevron, design panel and more are continually used in projects across the world. Hexagonal wood flooring may be less common than these traditional formats, but it is a brilliant way […]