You will probably agree with us that rose colour is always associated with roses and pink. Rose colour has so many different shades, such as: coral, thulian pink, pale pink, deep dusty rose, blush, orchid pink, peachy pink, neon pink, cotton candy pink, Barbie pink, mauve, hot pink etc. It is so fascinating that we can find rose-pink colour in nature, flowers, sunsets and wood.
Rose colour has been a trending colour for a couple of years now when it comes to interior design. It expresses a contemporary idea of beauty. Many designers would agree that rose tones are relaxing, flattering and gentle.
Rose colour might be a perfect choice in a bathroom, bedroom, sitting room, kitchen and kitchen dinner space at your private home.
Pure rose oak hardwood flooring is not in the range of colours we produce, but we can offer floor with shades and tints of rose. One of the most popular colours with rose accents are Wild Rose, Rosewood and Pear. We have a lot of successfully finished projects with these colours in home interiors. The gallery with project images and ideas can be found online, our website ecohardwood.co.uk.
Rose oak flooring options
Wild Rose is a tailor-made oak flooring colour that has very special features of rose and pink tints. Due to its popularity and demand, we stock this in the UK for immediate availability.
Rosewood flooring colour and its dark orange-brown-red colour is one of the most well-known. It can provide a rustic, old-style finish to your home that is never up to date.
Pear flooring colour is a slight blush of rose which you can match with a more traditional and warm interior.
The choice of colours and patterns of engineered oak flooring is very vast. Our designer workshop at UAB Ecowood in Lithuania can create tailor-made colour range for your taste and vision of your hardwood flooring interior design.
What goes with rose oak flooring
The pink shade colours we have in our range is an inspiration for interesting ideas of your interior. Some of them are listed below as follows.
Wild Rose floor colour looks impressive when combined with bold interior details. It works beautifully with bright furniture and interior details. We have had a project where Wild Rose flooring goes very well with blue kitchen cupboards, island and yellow interior details like cushions, lamps. It also works very well with black wooden furniture and grey tones.
Rosewood flooring colour can provide this old-style finish to your home that is never up to date. It goes well with wooden furniture and other rustic accessories.
Pear flooring works perfectly with light colour walls and furniture as well as wooden worktops and grey interior details.
From the interior design point of view, check out for some interesting ideas on our website ecohardwood.co.uk
Ecohardwood Ltd is our official distributor in the UK
We are lucky and happy enough to work with this exceptional engineered oak flooring which is produced in Lithuania via manufacturer called UAB Ecowood. We are proud to be their official supplier in the UK. It is a 3-layer engineered oak flooring, available in 14.5mm and 20mm thicknesses, which can be in different widths (115mm, 140mm, 180mm and 230mm) and lengths (600mm, 650mm, 700mm and 800mm) for the patterns like Chevron and Herringbone. The usual length of planks is averaging 2000mm (1500mm- 2500mm). Short and medium length boards are also available on request. Our engineered oak flooring is produced using the best eco-friendly quality materials, such as European oak and non-toxic oils supplied by German company SAICOS.
Although our wooden engineered flooring is not cheap, the price range is very good for the quality we provide.
Engineered flooring choice of character
Upon your decision to purchase our engineered flooring, it is important to choose the finish of floors, for instance smooth (sanded), brushed, cross brushed, distressed.
It is also very important to mention that Ecohardwood Ltd supplies 3 available oak grades: rustic, nature and select. Depending on the grade, you will have engineered flooring with more or much fewer knots. The rustic grade floor celebrates the character of the wood. Nature grade would have smaller and rarer knots and could be an absolutely beautiful flooring choice. The select grade would provide a neat and tidy look of the flooring. But let’s not forget that oak wood is a natural product which opens a natural beauty from nature. However, it is entirely your decision on what flooring design you envision in your beloved home.
Delivery options in the UK
All of our products can be delivered to your home, anywhere in the UK at a reasonably low cost. The price depends on the postcode and we can always calculate it for you ahead of time. Find your location within the United Kingdom below and get in touch with our sales office for more info with regards to your order of good engineered hardwood flooring: England (Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, County Durham, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, East Riding of Yorkshire, East Sussex, Essex, Gloucestershire, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Humberside, Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Merseyside, Middlesex, Norfolk, North Somerset, North, Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Tyne & Wear, Warwickshire, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire), Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Should you have any questions or ideas to discuss, please feel free to contact our sales office at [email protected]