Italian Wood Flooring

Our Italian Collection is produced by a family company, nestling in the foothills of the Italian Alps, with over 120 years' experience. For centuries, Italian design has been synonymous with class and style and this collection is no exception. 100% Italian-made, these luxurious hand-crafted floors will transform your house into a real haven of luxury.

 

The products below represent our core offering but, for other finishes, feel free to contact us with an idea of what you are looking for as the possibilities are endless! This collection ranges from dark brown shades of luxurious prime American walnut through a variety of classic yet original oak finishes, to more unusual woods such as Acacia, Larch, and European Walnut. Available in a wide variety of widths, fixed or variable, these floors can also be made on request in Herringbone format or a number of latticed patterns.

 

For further information and photos, please click on the images below. Request a sample today and imagine how your house could be transformed.

Sustainable Italian wood flooring

While the stories of deforestation in places like the Amazon and Indonesia are common, the opposite is true in Italy where re-afforestation has taken place on a huge scale since the end of the second world war. Today, Italy has 42,000 square miles of forested land - 35% of the country. The areas responsible for the majority of increase are the mountainous areas in the south where small-scale farmland has been abandoned allowing trees to grow.

Much of the production of wood for solid and engineered wood floors come from the regions of the north including Tuscany and Umbria. Oak along with beech make up 40% of Italian wood production under a forestry management system that goes all the way back to Roman times. Two-thirds of Italy’s woodland is privately owned but it is regulated centrally by the State Forestry Corps. The rest of the woodland is owned by local government and local communes similar to the system in France.

Our Italian suppliers have been producing wood products since 1832 from the mountainous region of Trentino. The family business originates from Bassano del Grappa, a stunning town in Italy's Veneto region famous for its wooden, 13th-century Ponte Vecchio bridge

which spans the River Brenta. 

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Superior European Oak
Oiled/Varnished​, Brushed
Prime American Walnut
Oiled/Varnished​, Brushed
Arenaria Oak
Brushed, Varnished
Tortola Oak
Varnished​, Brushed
Villa Alessandra Oak
Varnished, Brushed, Hand-Planed, Waxed
Villa Isabella Oak
Varnished​, Brushed
Villa Aria Oak
Varnished​, Brushed, Hand-Planed
Villa Francesca Oak
Varnished, Brushed
Colony Oak
Varnished, Brushed, Sawn
Villa Elsa Oak
Varnished​, Brushed, Sanded
American Walnut "1876"
Oiled​, Brushed, Hand-Planed
European Walnut
Varnished, Brushed, Hand-Planed
Venezia Oak
Brushed, Hand-Planed, Oiled
European Acacia
Brushed, Oiled/Varnished
Limed Oak
Brushed, Hand-Planed, Varnished, Waxed
Caramel Oak
Brushed, Oiled.
Torino Oak
Brushed, Varnished
Larch "Del Borgo"
Brushed, Varnished
Cristal Larch
Brushed, Hand-planed, Oiled
Edinburgh Oak
Brushed, Varnished
Firenze Oak
Brushed, Hand-Planed, Varnished, Sawn
Rossini Oak
Hand-Planed, Brushed, Varnished, Waxed.
York Oak
Gently Hand-Planed, Brushed, Varnished
Milano Oak
Oiled/Varnished, Brushed
Palazzo Oak
Oiled/Varnished​, Brushed, Planed, Waxed
Palazzo American Walnut
Oiled/Varnished​, Brushed
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Italian Wood Flooring FAQs

Why choose wood flooring?

The timeless beauty of wood floor makes it an excellent choice for any home. Not only is it hardwearing and incredibly easy to maintain, but it will also add value to your home.

How to lay wood flooring

If you’re considering a wooden floor for your home, you may be daunted by the task of laying it. Here are some useful tips.

How to maintain wood flooring

With the right care, your wood floor will look amazing for many years. 

Which rooms are best for wood flooring?

Thanks to the constant development of technology and installation techniques, wood flooring can now be fitted pretty much anywhere in your home. Find out what type of flooring will work in which particular room in your house.

What should you consider when investing in wood flooring?

Find out what you need to consider before going ahead and committing to a wood floor.

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