Solid Wood Walnut Flooring
Walnut flooring gives a distinctive style to a room, with its deep chocolate and coffee tones, providing a warm, welcoming feel.
We have a great range of solid walnut flooring available both instore and online, and we even offer free samples. Take a look!
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Supplier Code: SWR300030
£24.30 m² ex vat (20 %) From £29.16 m² inc vat (20 %)
Why choose walnut flooring?
With its range of shades and its versatility, solid walnut flooring is becoming more and more popular.
There are many variants to walnut, from the lighter “white walnut” through to Brazilian walnut, which is one of the darkest and most durable around. This durability and darker shade though comes at a price, as it's more difficult to get hold of the genuine article.
Some flooring companies have been known to pass off cheaper Caribbean walnut as Brazilian walnut, due to its similar look, but is inferior in terms of quality. We’re proud to say that every product we sell is as advertised and genuine, so feel confident when purchasing from us.
Although not the hardest wood around, walnut is still durable and makes a beautiful floor, you just have to ensure that you take good care of it by cleaning regularly and maintaining it correctly.
While sometimes more expensive than other species of wood, it makes up for every penny in terms of versatility, durability, ease of care and, of course, character.
What are the alternatives?
If it’s the colour you like, but you don’t want to pay a premium for the walnut wood, then you may want to consider a dark coloured oak or a “coffee oak” as it’s known. This would provide the warmth you’re looking for, but will come at a slightly cheaper price and be slightly more durable.
Alternatively, if your heart is set on this material, then an engineered walnut product may also be worth contemplating. Due to the makeup of the plank, an engineered product is sturdier and will stand the test of time, making it ideal for busier homes or areas with more footfall.