Naked Floors

About Naked Floors

Master craftsman Nick Bounds founded Naked Floors in 2002. Setting a high standard of quality and craftsmanship they quickly established a niche in prestige architectural projects and period restorations. Along the way Nick teamed up with fellow master craftsman, Ashley Burke, to help expand the company.

With years of first hand installation and restoration experience they understand what it takes to meet the highest levels of customer expectation. The many beautiful buildings they’ve supplied include stately homes, listed buildings, high end retailers, professional offices and studios and a growing number of gastro pubs.

We Love Naked Floors Because…

They specialise in character grade premium floorboards. Reproducing the look and feel of original timber floorboards in historic properties but with structurally superior engineered wood, guaranteeing many years more life. They are continually experimenting with new colours and finishes and currently offer a range of 1500 colours. A go to for interior designers wanting to create their perfect floor colour.

More About Naked Floors

Nick has a family history of working with wood. He grew up helping his father reclaim timber and his mother restore antique furniture. Endless hours’ spent sanding and applying natural oils forged deep emotional bonds with the wood he’s been working ever since he was old enough to help.

Direct Delivery: Shipping direct to all UK and Europe destinations from their Sussex workshop, where they craft all of their wood products.

Heritage Products: For authentic heritage style you can choose from hand finished, aged, scraped and distressed Wood Flooring. Available in all colours.

Free Warehousing: No need to juggle order lead times and your project start date. They will hold your selected flooring from order until you’re ready to start work.

Nick and Ashley welcome you to make an appointment to visit the showroom. “Let us help you choose the perfect floor for your next home renovation or new build project.”