Samurai Hardwood Flooring has new showroom in Nelson

The company's new showroom is located in Social Room Interiors at 619 Vernon Street in downtown Nelson.

Picture of Samurai Hardwoood's new showroom.

Samurai Hardwood Flooring's new showroom is located in Social Room Interiors, located at 619 Vernon Street in Nelson. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

Nelson’s Samurai Hardwood Flooring has a bright new showroom to display their handiwork and flooring samples.

Niki and Sunny Wood are the owners/operators of Samurai Hardwood Flooring in Nelson. Their new showroom is located in Social Room Interiors at 619 Vernon Street in downtown Nelson.

Here’s a summary of their business as stated online, “At Samurai Hardwood Flooring, we combine traditional craftsmanship with contemporary techniques to bring you the most stunning floors possible. We offer a wide range of products and services from refinishing and staining, custom staircases, locally milled wide plank, domestic and imported solid and engineered hardwoods. We also supply and install vinyl, cork and bamboo. ​ We will guide you through the process of choosing the material that best suits your design taste, while meeting the requirements and specifications of your project.”​

Some of the key services and products they provide: 

  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Engineered Flooring
  • Vinyl Flooring
  • Cork Flooring
  • Bamboo Flooring
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Transitions
  • Nosings
  • Trim
  • Custom Staircases

Samurai Hardwood Flooring’s showroom is open Monday to Saturday.

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