About Us

Using sustainably-sourced antique, reclaimed and new wood, Woodworks offers an extensive portfolio of engineered hardwood floors and cladding in plank and parquet designs, all of which are handcrafted in their English workshops. Their expert team works with leading interior designers and architects on residential, commercial, heritage and marine projects both in the USA, the UK and internationally, whilst their unique bespoke service involves working with clients to source the specified species, tone, texture and finish, all of which is created in their workshops by highly experienced craftspeople.

What services do you provide?

Antique, Reclaimed, Aged and New Wood Flooring

How would you describe your style?

"We make antique, reclaimed, aged and new wood floors for people who love and appreciate unique, extraordinary interior design. People who want their projects to tell a story, beyond the usual ‘out of the box’ fixtures and fittings. Woodworks are more than just an expression of passion and love for wood, it represents the very opposite of mass manufacturing and our outlook on working with wood is different to the competition. Our designers and craftspeople are constantly looking for the best way to showcase each piece of wood they work with, with extraordinary results."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"We recently worked with Millier on the flooring for John Nash’s iconic structure – Regent’s Crescent, London which combines traditional techniques and sophisticated modern style. The brief demanded the highest quality floors, especially in terms of grade and sustainability, which our team of craftspeople were perfectly placed to deliver. We produced handcrafted bespoke herringbone floor using select grade European Oak, with the result being a clean, crisp and inviting living space. The specified floor was also fully FSC-certified, meaning that the wood used came from carefully managed forests, helping the project achieve carbon neutrality. Buildings of this significance should, where possible, be rebuilt to preserve our architectural heritage. The triumph of Regent’s Crescent comes from preserving the past and enhancing the development for future occupation by specifying a sustainable wood floor that will last a lifetime and beyond at the heart of the project.”