It’s a week since 100% Design 2019 came to an end following four, very successful days of exploring the latest and most innovative designs from all over the world. It was our first ever major trade show and found it a great opportunity to showcase our range of exclusive products to our clients as well as exhibiting our new collections.
After spending a few wonderful days meeting and greeting clients at Clerkenwell Design Week, we are now greatly looking forward to our next event - 100% Design. From the 18th until the 21st of September, we will be exhibiting at 100% Design in Olympia, London. Showcasing our exclusive products, it will be an excellent opportunity to glimpse our new collections as well as meet with our team and hear all the latest.
Understanding Wooden Floors - The Difference Between Solid and Engineered. One of the most commonly asked questions we hear is "what is the difference between solid and engineered wooden flooring?" As such, we have dedicated this blog post to explaining the difference as well as the pros and cons of each.
With less than two weeks to go, we are looking forward to Clerkenwell Design Week. As usual, our doors are always open. We are especially excited this year to showcase our new range of products which features the latest in handmade reclaimed wooden flooring.
Choosing the correct wood flooring for your interior can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it can quickly become an overwhelming task trying to choose the ideal shade, style and size for your home. With so many options out there, it can be beneficial to take the time to understand the unique properties of each wood and find exactly what it is you are looking for. From parquet to painted to panels, deciding upon the perfect floor to transform your house into a home, can be an exciting, yet difficult decision. To help you invest wisely, our expert craftsmen have assisted us in creating a series of articles detailing each of the different types of wood. From French oak to chevron parquet to exotic hardwoods, we will take you through each wood’s different characteristics, origins and benefits.
David Strydom, editor of Contract Flooring Journal, points out that unless there are more incentives for contractors to 'go green,' many will continue to baulk. To fix the problem, two misconceptions need to be addressed.
Understanding where you're Oak has descended from and where your Oak was manufactured and two very different considerations with your supplier and goes all the way to both quality and ethical knowledge of your wood floor.
Bona will be launching Inspiration to architects and interior designers at Clerkenwell Design Week in collaboration with the Timbered Flooring Co – wood flooring specialists who supply, install and renovate wood floors – and who are a member of Bona’s Certified Contractor network.