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100 Places To Get Free Wood Samples

Here are 100 places offering free wood samples direct to your door. There are a mix of sample types here, including flooring, skirting, veneer, and furniture finishes. It's so important to check the finish out for yourself before making a big purchase - especially if you're on a tight budget!


★ Ahmarra. (1)

★ Ambience Hard Wood Flooring. (6)

★ Amtico. (6)

★ Best 4 Flooring. (3)

★ Best at Flooring. (5)

★ Beswick Stone. (4)

★ Blinds 4 UK. (5)

★ Blinds Direct. (8)

★ Bricoflor. (4)

★ California Shutters. (3)



★ Carpet World UK. (2)

★ Carpetright. (4)



★ Carpets Direct. (3)

★ Cedar Direct. (1+)

★ Cheshire Mouldings. (3)

★ Composite Decking. (1+)

★ Composite Decking Scotland. (4)

★ Concept Blinds Direct. (15)

★ Corian. (3)

★ Cotswold Company. (3)

★ Cutting Edge Skirting. (4)

★ DCTUK. (4)

★ Deacon Jones Fine Flooring. (3)

★ DeckPlus. (2)

★ Designer Fireplaces. (6)

★ Designer Woods. (3)

★ Dino Decking. (1+)

★ Direct Flooring and Beds. (3)

★ Direct Wood Flooring. (4)

★ Discount Flooring Depot. (3)

★ Domus. (3)

★ Doors Sincerely Online. (6)

★ Easy Step Flooring. (3)

★ Ecoscape UK. (3)

★ Emafyl. (2)

★ Envirobuild. (1+)

★ ESB Flooring. (3)

★ Exotic Veneer. (6)

★ Factory Direct Flooring. (3)

★ Floor Monster. (3)

★ Floor Save. (3)

★ Floorbay. (6)

★ Flooring 365. (5)

★ Flooring Cottage. (3)





★ Leader Floors. (3)

★ Lifestyle Flooring. (3)

★ Lifestyle Furniture. (3)

★ Lionvest Trading. (2)

★ Luxury Flooring and Furnishings. (18)

★ MDF Skirting World. (5)

★ Medite Smartply. (10)

★ Metres Direct. (3)

★ Meyer. (5)

★ Millboard. (3)



★ Online Carpets. (18)

★ Paramount Bathrooms. (4)

★ Pergo. (3)

★ Plyboo. (4)

★ Puretree Worktops. (3)

★ Replica Wood. (3)

★ Revival Beds. (4)

★ SAM Online. (3)

★ SCS - Sofa Carpet Specialist. (4)

★ Shelf Direct. (1+)

★ Shelf Store. (1)

★ Shutters. (2)

★ Shutters Direct. (4)

★ Simply Bamboo. (4)

★ Skirtech. (6)

★ Skirting Express. (3)

★ Skirting Online. (2)

★ Skirtings R Us. (4)

★ Source Wood Floors. (2)

 ★ Spacers Tile and Wood Flooring. (3)

★ Stone and Wood Shop. (3)

★ Tapi Carpets. (3)


★ The Dormy House. (12)





★ United Carpets and Beds. (4)

★ V4 Wood Flooring. (3)

★ Veneer Merchant. (5)

★ Wm. Boyle Interior Finishes. (3)

★ Wood 2 U. (4)

★ Wood 4 Floors. (2)

★ Wood Bros. (5)

★ Wood Flooring Engineered. (3)

★ Wood Floors 4 U. (3)

★ Wooden Floors UK. (3)

★ Woodpecker Flooring. (3)



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