Flooring retailer lays out growth plans in Falkirk

From left, sales executive Craig Little, store manager David McCartney and Wooden Floor Store co-founder Ross Nicholl. Picture: Contributed

From left, sales executive Craig Little, store manager David McCartney and Wooden Floor Store co-founder Ross Nicholl. Picture: Contributed

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A flooring firm that supplied the set of the latest James Bond film has expanded its presence in the Central Belt.

The Wooden Floor Store’s new showroom and warehouse in Falkirk brings its total number of outlets across Scotland and Northern Ireland to six.

Co-founder Ross Nicholl said: “Opening another showroom in the central belt has been a key part of our growth plans.

“We have sites in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Paisley, but we also wanted to be easily accessible for customers in Falkirk, Stirling, Clackmannan and West Lothian.”

In November, the retailer revealed that it had won a £30,000 deal to supply James Bond blockbuster Spectre. It shipped 2,000 square metres of grey laminate panel to London’s Pinewood Studios for a scene set in a luxury Austrian hotel.

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Nicholl’s fellow co-founder, Richard Snape, said the Wooden Floor Store was now looking to expand into the English market, which it currently serves through its online business, and is in talks about opening showrooms in London and the north-west.

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