Wood Flooring – Our Pick of the Best

Wood flooring - whether it's solid oak, bamboo or engineered wood - is a warm, classic and natural choice underfoot in the home. There's a wooden flooring option designed for your decorating style, and we've picked a selection of our favourites...

Wood flooring remains a favourite flooring option in our homes. Hardwood or solid wood flooring is characterised by its warmth, beauty and durability underfoot and, while it's often the more expensive option, it's longevity gives laminate floors and engineered boards a run for their money. Solid wood looks beautiful even as it ages and is wonderfully versatile. That said, engineered woods - made by applying a thin-wood veneer to manufactured boards - have a cost-effective longevity and offer a good alternative to solid boards. The variety of natural colours, grains and stains available makes wood, or wood-look flooring, a good option for any room in your home. Here are a few of our favourite wooden flooring options.

Schrieber Dusk Real Wood Flooring with a candle in a jar resting on magazines at the top of the image along with the base of wooden furniture

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1. Schrieber Dusk Real Wood Flooring

This resilient solid wood flooring is ideal for high traffic areas in the home - such as kitchens, living areas and hallways. It's gently aged to create a subtle, distressed finish with subtle silver tones, which blends beautifully with traditional or contemporary furniture. 15mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of 10 planks with a coverage of 1.47 sq m.

Schrieber Dusk Real Wood Flooring, £64, Homebase (opens in new tab)

Natural Bamboo Solid Wood Flooring with a sofa, coffee table and houseplant at the back of the image

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2. Natural Bamboo Solid Wood Flooring

This easy-to-clean solid bamboo wood flooring, has a beautiful pale colour that sets off clean, modern styling. Its smooth, hard-wearing texture means that it stands up to daily wear and tear well. What more could you want from your flooring? 15mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of 10 planks with a coverage of 0.9 sq m.

Natural Bamboo Solid Wood Flooring, £27, Wickes (opens in new tab)

Sotto Natural Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring with a bowl of lemons slightly visible at the top right hand side of the image

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3. Sotto Natural Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring

A natural oak top layer, with a brushed and embossed finish, gives the appearance of solid wood flooring. Its engineered base layer is resistant to heat and moisture changes making it a good option in kitchens and garden rooms. 14mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of seven planks with a coverage of 1.37 sq m.

Sotto Natural Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring, £48, Colours from B&Q (opens in new tab)

Solid Coffee Oak Wood Flooring

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4. Solid Coffee Oak Wood Flooring

The soft brown colour and lacquered finish of this solid wood plank enhances all its natural detail. With a classic tongue and groove fitting mechanism, this flooring comes in random plank lengths of between 300mm and 1200mm. 18mm thick. Price shown is for one pack with a coverage of 1.5 sq m.

Solid Coffee Oak Wood Flooring, £56, Topps Tiles (opens in new tab)

Westco Brushed Solid Oak FSC Wood Flooring

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5. Westco Brushed Solid Oak FSC Wood Flooring

This hard-wearing solid oak wood flooring is finished with a UV lacquer and has a glueless locking system, making it a durable option for floors throughout the home. 15mm thick. Price shown is for one pack with a coverage of 1.01 

Westco Brushed Solid Oak FSC Wood Flooring, £50, Tesco direct (opens in new tab)

Classic Oak Solid Wood Flooring with white armchair and a vase with black decorative sticks at the back of the image

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6. Classic Oak Solid Wood Flooring

This natural-toned solid wood flooring, with a three-strip pattern, gives floors a unique random pattern when laid. Well-suited to less formal interiors - think country-style homes, for instance. 12mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of six planks with a coverage of 1.02 sq m.

Classic Oak Solid Wood Flooring, £30, Wickes (opens in new tab)

Hygena Soft White Engineered Wood Flooring with a wicker basket at the top right hand side of the image

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7. Hygena Soft White Engineered Wood Flooring

Achieve the look of an antiqued solid wood with this engineered flooring. The thin top layer of solid timber gives you a real wood finish with more stability than a laminate. 12mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of eight planks with a coverage of 1.44 sq m.

Hygena Soft White Engineered Wood Flooring, £48, Homebase (opens in new tab)

Vivace Antico Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring

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8. Vivace Antico Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring

With an oak top layer and an attractive matt finish, this engineered wood flooring gives the appearance of solid wood. Its engineered base layer is resistant to heat and moisture changes, meaning it's a durable option for any area of the home. 10mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of 14 planks with a coverage of 2.1 sq m.

Vivace Antico Oak Real Wood Top Layer Flooring, £74, Colours from B&Q (opens in new tab)

Antique Sienna Solid Wood Flooring

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9. Antique Sienna Solid Wood Flooring

Add a deep and luxurious finish to a floor, with this gorgeous, chocolate-coloured solid wood flooring. Its narrow plank format and random plank lengths (between 300mm and 1200mm) create a more relaxed finish than standardised boards. 15mm thick. Price shown is for one pack of 10 boards with a coverage of 1.19 sq m.

Antique Sienna Solid Wood Flooring, £93, Topps Tiles (opens in new tab)

Natural Solid Oak Cappuccino Wood Flooring

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10. Natural Solid Oak Cappuccino Wood Flooring

The hardwax oiled finish gives this solid oak flooring a natural look and strong protective coating. It’s relatively easy to install, too. Price shown is per sq m. One pack has a coverage of 1.23 sq m.

Natural Solid Oak Cappuccino Wood Flooring, £34, Wood and Beyond (opens in new tab)