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Due to COVID-19, our showrooms are now strictly by appointment only, however we also offer virtual showroom visits via video call. Our Havwoods showrooms are like an amazing playground of wood choices. Now you can view them all from the comfort of your own home or office whilst consulting with our experts.
You might have heard the term “floating floor” and wonder what exactly it means. In actual fact, a floating timber floor does “float” over your existing floor, due to the simple, easy and secure click-joint profile on many engineered timber floor boards, which has ensured the popularity of floating method installation among homeowners.
Here’s what you need to know about products suitable for floating installation method.
Forma Projects completed this complex fit-out within the state heritage building 2 Barrack Street in the Sydney CBD for a boutique financial firm. The works included Hazmat removal, significant heritage restoration, acoustic flooring upgrades of the existing timber structure and new office fit out. Forma were able to ensure the Giles Tribe Architects design intent was achieved.
Located on Melbourne’s city fringe on St Kilda Road, The Royce Hotel has recently changed hands in 2017 and has undergone a major remodelling. Architecture firm SJB were invited back after first remodeling the project over 10 years ago to apply their expersite on this new and exciting project. The project envisions SJB’s perception of what was once Australia’s first ever Rolls Royce car showroom with the site having a idiosyncratic mix of Spanish Mission and 1930s architecture with delightfully conserved facades.
Look Design Group was tasked to create a unique interior for their client in Lane Cove, NSW. The client wanted to build a new home to replace the existing one which was run down and without any redeemable features. The site is located in a delightful street and offers a stunning bush outlook at the rear of the property. The client wanted their new space to be comfortable, rewarding and pleasurable to live in and most importantly, love.
To create this unique Las Vegas hotel’s ambiance, Stonehill Taylor and Sydell Group chose Havwoods’ Versailles pattern and a deep brown bespoke chevron wood flooring in the restaurant and bar areas. The design is “a nod to the classic glamour and whimsy of Vegas”. The NoMad Restaurant is as impressive in size as it is in style, treating guest with wall shelving featuring 25,000 books and live jazz. The NoMad Bar, which is grounded with Havwoods Versailles patterned floors, has taken home a number of awards including being named “Best Bar in North America”, named No.4 on the World’s 50 Best Bars list and was Eater’s “Restaurant of The Year”.
Located in the centre of Germany's financial capital, the Hilton hotel in Frankfurt is close to the city centre and famous Alte Opera house. The hotel boasts 16 meeting rooms and a half sized Olympic swimming pool. A recent renovation has made this one of the most popular hotels in Frankfurt, having used our popular HW16006 Bronzo from our Italian Collection to complete this stunning refurbishment.
The bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the house in feng shui philosophy. It's a personal space, where we spend our time predominantly in a passive state while sleeping. The idea is that while asleep, we are affected by the energies of everything in the room, including the colour of your wood floor.
A kitchen with a wood floor, sounds like a mess waiting to happen, doesn’t it? The truth is, a wood floor in a kitchen isn’t necessarily a bad idea. The excess moisture from water fixtures in bathrooms make wood floors unideal in that space, but a kitchen isn’t a continually wet space. That changes the game entirely.
So if you had your sights set on a wood floor in your kitchen at home, the office or perhaps your restaurant or cafe, these are the reasons why a wood floor isn’t a bad option for your kitchen space.