Discover The Lynton Range
Combining the beauty of mature European oak with the impressive stability of our unique Stratex technology, our Lynton range is as ground-breaking as it is gorgeous. It has a real wood top layer and built-in underlay, but it’s still incredibly strong, stable and dent-resistant.
The Lynton range is part of our innovative Stratex flooring, meaning it’s strong, stable, durable and compatible with humid environments and underfloor heating. A perfect hard-working floor, suited to any interior style. Discover how it could work in your home…
Our Lynton Chiffon Oak is a fresh shade that gives a beautiful natural feel to a room with its raw oak appearance. And if you prefer the more traditional look, you’ll fall in love with our Lynton Natural Oak.
Both floor styles look gorgeous in any environment, but work particularly well in light and bright rooms, where the beauty of the natural grain can take centre stage. If you’re after a fresh but classic look, then these floors are the perfect choice for you.
Are you looking for a floor with a little more depth? The richer hues of our Lynton Weald Oak and Lynton Evening Oak floors may take your fancy. Whether your style is modern or traditional, these floors will complement your decor style wonderfully…
Be daring with these floors and experiment with contrasting décor and accessories. Consider bright white walls paired with an array of neutral accessories and textured soft furnishings for an airy, natural look. Or embrace the depth and darkness with dark-hued walls, add splashes of bright colour with furniture and wall art to really make your room pop – we especially love the contrasting combination of the mustard yellow sofa, navy walls and rich brown hues as seen in our Lynton Weald Oak image.
For a lighter touch, our Lynton Seagrass Oak is a lovely, Scandi-style floor. Its silvery pale colour adds a bright elegance to any room, and somewhat belies its durability. This might look like a delicate floor, but it can happily cope in the rooms where the wear is hardest – whether that’s a kitchen, a playroom, or even a bathroom.
Lynton Seagrass Oak also looks very at home in a beachside styled residence. As the name would suggest, this floor was inspired by driftwood that had been tossed and turned in sand and sea and bleached by the sun. Likewise, our Estuary Oak also takes inspiration from more a maritime era. Evoking the wood of jetties and harboursides, that has been doused with salt and sand over hundreds of years. These are beautiful floor choices for anyone looking for something with a bit of a story.
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Order a free sample of today by simply following any of the links in the blog through to the product pages for our Lynton range. If you need any advice or information, whether that’s about the fitting technicalities or the finish, simply get in touch. Our experts will be happy to help.