Cork Flooring & Tiles Manufacturer

We offer a range of cork flooring options in various sizes, colors, styles, and patterns to suit different design preferences.

We’re committed to providing customers with durable, stylish, and eco-friendly flooring solutions.

Pros of Cork Flooring


Because corkwood is a polyhedral structure. Therefore, cork flooring can bring you a very comfortable foot feeling and has a good shock absorption function.


The raw material of cork flooring is made of natural oak bark, which is renewable and sustainable. In the production process, no harmful substances will be added.


Because of the polyhedral structure of corkwood, acoustic cork flooring can effectively reduce noise and create a quiet home living space.


Due to the relatively rough surface of cork flooring, it has a level of 7 anti-slip performance, which increases the safety of the living environment.

Cons of Cork Flooring

Not Wear-resistance

Cork flooring itself is relatively soft, it is easily prone to deformation under the influence of external forces (e.g. heavy furniture), and it is difficult to restore.


Because the resources of cork flooring are very limited, the global annual output of cork flooring <20 million square meters, makes the cork flooring is more expensive.

Not Easy Maintain

The surface of cork flooring is relatively rough, which makes it is easy to accumulate dust or debris, so you need to clean, seal and maintain it more regularly.

Not Waterproof

Cork flooring is not completely waterproof. It can withstand spills and small amounts of water, but it is not recommended for areas that are frequently exposed to water.

Cork Flooring Construction

Solid Cork Tiles

Solid Cork Flooring

It’s made of authentic pure cork and is usually referred to as cork tiles. They are usually installed by gluing them down directly to concrete floors or other sub-floors with an adhesive, which can be a tricky installation, best left to the professionals.

Engineered Cork Flooring

Engineered Cork Flooring

It’s composed of an HDF or plywood base layer with a cork layer on the surface. It is a floating cork flooring made to be floated over an existing subfloor. It’s DIYers friendly, and can be installed easily and fast with click and lock functionality.

Cork Flooring Colors, Thickness & Width

Colored Cork Flooring

We can provide staining cork flooring in many different color and pattern options, from light color to dark color.

  • White
  • Grey
  • Dark
  • Black
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Red

Our cork flooring comes in the shape of 12″ x 12″ square tiles and wide planks of different thicknesses.

  • 3mm
  • 4mm
  • 6mm
  • 8mm
  • 10mm
  • 12mm

Where to Install Cork Flooring?

Kitchen Cork Flooring


Cork flooring is a good choice for a kitchen environment. Keep in mind that you should make sure the subfloor is clean and level. Lay down a moisture barrier, such as a sheet of plastic or underlayment, to protect the cork tiles from moisture.

Bedroom Cork Flooring


Cork flooring is soft and cushiony, making it comfortable to walk and stand on for a long time relaxing and sleeping. Its ability to absorb sound makes it a great option for bedrooms where you may be trying to reduce the noise levels.

Gym Cork Flooring


It is durable and able to withstand heavy foot traffic and equipment, making it suitable for use in a gym setting. Soft and comfortable underfoot, providing cushioning and shock absorption during workouts. Its anti-slip feature provides added safety for gym users.

Living Room Cork Flooring

Living Room

Cork flooring has excellent sound-absorbing properties, making it a great option for busy or noisy living rooms. It is also highly durable and long-lasting, with a lifespan of up to 30 years or more. For the biggest home space, its easy installation helps you save labor and time.

Playroom Cork Flooring


Cork flooring is soft, eco-friendly and hypoallergenic, providing a comfortable and safe surface for kids to play on. It’s also noise-absorbing, reducing the impact of running and jumping on the floor, making it a more peaceful space for children to play in.

Cork Flooring on Stairs


Cork flooring is slip-resistant, soft, and comfortable underfoot, making it a good choice for stairs where people probably be walking barefoot or in socks. Install it on stairs can add value to a home and improve its overall aesthetic.