Mixed Width Wood Flooring
Mixed width wood flooring, or random width flooring, is a type of floor that features boards of varying widths within the same installation. Rather than using boards of a uniform size, mixed width flooring combines planks of different widths to create a unique and eye-catching pattern.
This type of flooring can be installed in a variety of patterns, including random, staggered, or alternating widths, depending on the desired aesthetic. Mixed width wood flooring can add visual interest and texture to a space, and is often used in traditional or rustic design styles.
Our mixed width wood floors typically range from 90mm, 150mm and 240mm, and is most commonly used in commercial projects such as pubs and restaurants, but can also be used in residential homes to replicate the historical floors which would be found in period buildings.
The majority of our mixed wood floors have an aged appearance and feature a variety of distressed effects such as band saw or skip sawn markings. Some of our most popular mixed width floors can be found within our Historic House, Shire, and Trentham collections.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is mixed width flooring?
Mixed width flooring is a type of hardwood flooring that consists of planks of varying widths. Unlike traditional hardwood flooring, where all the planks are the same width, mixed width flooring includes planks of different widths, which are installed randomly or in a specific pattern.
Can mixed width flooring be used in commercial spaces?
Yes, mixed width flooring can be used in commercial spaces. In fact, it can add a unique touch to commercial settings such as pubs, restaurants and hotels, and can be durable and long-lasting, making it a practical option for high-traffic commercial areas.
How is mixed width flooring installed?
Mixed width flooring is typically installed using the same methods as traditional hardwood flooring. Mixed width flooring can be arranged in a variety of patterns, depending on the desired look and feel of the space.
Can mixed width flooring be refinished or repaired?
Yes, mixed width flooring can be refinished and repaired. Like traditional hardwood flooring, mixed width flooring can be sanded and refinished to remove scratches, dents, and other surface damage. It's recommended to have any repairs or refinishing work done by a professional flooring contractor to ensure the best possible results.
What are the benefits of mixed width flooring for homes?
Mixed width flooring adds a unique and stylish touch to a home, creating a one-of-a-kind look that stands out from traditional hardwood flooring. The variation in plank widths can create visual interest and depth in a room, making it feel more spacious and dynamic.
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