What makes an Indigenous floor so special?
More than just a surface underfoot, a floor can have a big impact on a room. It can create a feeling of light and space, or a warm, snug-like
feel. Your choice of material will also influence the interior design, injecting a rustic or contemporary impression to either complement or contrast
your furniture and decor.
Indigenous' range of hand-picked
natural flooring has options for all tastes and lifestyles - from sun-baked terracotta tiles to majestic wood flooring - and this is why its so special:
All of our floors are handcrafted to accentuate their natural features. Some floors are aged to create an authentic, traditional look, whilst other
have a more simplistic, contemporary finish. There are also styles and formats to suit all interior styles, indoors and into the garden.
Superior quality, direct from the source
We select only the very best natural materials, direct from their source. This ensures a continuous supply of beautiful, quality floors and allows
us to forge relationships with like-minded, ethical partners.
Our range includes flooring options for every space - from contemporary wetroom to cottage garden. We'll help you choose a material to suit your
home - and provide essential practical benefits. A busy family kitchen might need a flagstone that disguises muddy boot and paw prints - whilst a bathroom
floor will need to be safe underfoot.
Explore our limestones, flagstones, marble, slate, travertine, terracotta, mosaics and wood - and be inspired!
Planning your floor
How you lay your floor can have a huge impact on the finished look. Should you opt for a thin grout line or a wide joint; a linear look or a random
pattern? Have you considered underfloor heating and do you know how much material you will need? We can help with all aspects of floor planning
- from aesthetics and practical considerations, to advising on the nitty gritty of installation.
Discover our natural floors online or visit our showroom in Burford, to view samples and get expert advice.
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