Feb 08, 2024
Ecohardwood, a renowned name in sustainable wood flooring and interior solutions, marked a significant presence at this year's Surface Design Show, a premier event in the design industry.
The theme of this year's Surface Design Show, 'Mindful Living', resonates with our core values and mission. For over 25 years, Ecohardwood has been at the forefront of crafting premium oak flooring, oak doors, and oak stairs, focusing on quality, longevity and sustainability. Led by a founder with a forestry background, the company has championed repurposing mature oak, ensuring that this timeless material is given a new life in our homes and spaces for generations to come.
Ecohardwood's engineered wood floors are designed to cater to high-end and cost-effective budgets, making them accessible to a wide range of consumers. Their adaptability to changing environments, including underfloor heating systems, further underscores the company's commitment to merging innovation, technology, and sustainability.
"We remain committed to timeless values – natural wood's inherent beauty, authenticity, and quality. This year's exhibition aligns closely with our products, ethos, and manufacturing practices. All our materials are responsibly sourced, with strict quality control measures from wood selection to production. It's rewarding to see growing recognition and appreciation for our oak products within England's competitive landscape," shares Ecohardwood founder Dangis Sulzinskas.
The Surface Design Show also featured a series of talks centred around Mindful Living, addressing the importance of design for mental health, sustainable futures, and integrating interiors with well-being. Renowned designers and architects, including Shalini Misra, Lee Roberts, Sophie Pringle, Staffan Tollgard, Rosey Treherne Pollock, Cat Hoad, Jecks Stone, Ana Rita Martins, and Anthony Thistleton-Smith shared valuable insights.
In a world where sustainability and mindfulness are becoming increasingly integral to our daily lives, the show inspired attendees to rethink their relationship with the environment, materials, and spaces they inhabit. It encouraged conscious decision-making in design processes and product selection, fostering a more sustainable and harmonious way of living.