A visit to your nearest Havwoods showroom is like stepping into an amazing playground of wood choices alongside our famous hospitality...
Compare our products in person. Order your samples and let us help you find the perfect floor.
Our quarterly catalog features our full product range, pricing, plus a look inside Havwoods projects, and more.
Situated in the rolling green hills of the Lake District lies Havwoods’ latest project – the exceptional Coniston House. This beautiful residential property is a highly bespoke new build house on the outskirts of Coniston, offering a luxurious living space designed for a range of guests.
This beautiful residential villa in Portugal recently underwent an extensive refurbishment and extension to modernise it and bring it up to date with today’s exacting standards, whilst staying true to its cultural heritage. Built in the 1950s, the villa was constructed in typical Portuguese style, so it was important to maintain its original and distinctive look, whilst also creating something completely special and unique.
You might have heard the term “floating floor” and wonder what it means. A floating wood floor does “float” over your existing floor, due to the simple, easy and secure click-lock profile on many of our engineered wood floor boards.
Here’s what you need to know about products suitable for floating installation method:
A harbour front location calls for stunning and stylish interiors. This home was in dire need of a design refresh from dated and uninspiring to contemporary and sophisticated. Christina Reed Interiors took and the challenge with stunning results that do not disappoint.
We are excited to share that our latest priced Wood Book is now landing on customer desks and doormats as we write this. If you do not receive a printed copy, and would like to have one mailed, just let us know below.
Our LIGHT EDITION brings commentary on the impact of light upon surface materials, it also features the launch of our exciting new End Grain collection, a beautiful visual product of the grain in each piece of wood.
End grain is the grain of wood seen when it is cut across the growth rings. Rather than cutting a plank of wood the length of the trunk, end grain wood is cut at a 90-degree angle to the grain.
This type of cut exposes the character of the wood rings and graining and as with a chopping block, the surface of an end-grain tile is incredibly tough and durable. Our end-grain collection boards are all glued to a backing, to ensure a more stable engineered floor. We are proud to introduce 16 new colors to this range.