Wood planks are the most popular timber shape for use as flooring, but now they come in a multitude of different sizes. And size, particularly the width, can have as much impact on the look of your interior scheme as shade and finish.
Until the advent of modern engineered constructions, wood planks for use in flooring were usually little more than 120mm wide. So in recent years contemporary design has celebrated the technological advances and favoured larger boards. More than two-thirds of our stock is now 180mm or wider. Indeed, our prestigious Hand Grade Collection boards are little short of enormous, with their length ranging from 2m to 4m and five random widths.
At the other end of the scale, our Italian Collection honours the intricate floors of the southern mediterranean countries with narrower, shorter, thinner wood planks, whilst, as befits genuine reclaimed timber, all Relik boards are supplied in mixed widths.