TED TODD FLOORS FEATURE IN PRINCE’S HOUSE AT IDEAL HOME 2013
8 May 2013
At this year’s Ideal Homes show, the wood flooring manufacturer Ted Todd was chosen to provide the floors for The Prince’s House, a project in sustainable design run by the Prince’s Trust.
The Prince’s House is a popular feature every year at the Ideal Homes show, which this year was held between 15th March and 1st April at Earl’s Court London. The house was designed by the winners of the first ever Young Designers Competition, which saw entries flooding in from all over the country.
The winning entry was chosen by a panel chaired by HRH The Prince of Wales, who steered the judges towards a design incorporating energy saving systems and sustainable, natural materials. One of these natural materials was a floor provided by the leading wood floor company Ted Todd, who provided more than 130 square metres of its wide plank Classic Yardley Chase flooring to the project’s house flat and shop.
Ted Todd seemed to be an ideal choice for the Prince’s House, as it is a project which aims to show how UK manufactured, sustainable and affordable products can help to create beautiful spaces that virtually anyone would want to live in. Justwood can supply and fit the entire range of floors the leading manufacture Tedd Todd offer.