Herringbone style of Parquet wood flooring has been used for many years and was introduced in France around the 16th century. Lately, it has become a more desired option among many interior designers and architects. The herringbone name comes from the fact the laying pattern looked similar the skeleton of a herring fish.
The parquet wood flooring range is now widely made from many species of wood from Maple to American black Walnut, but Oak still remains the most popular due to the fact it is still very durable.
Our parquet selection is unique to Woodfloors4u meaning you will not find our bespoke range anywhere else in the world. Our parquet floors can be laid in many patterns from box weave to just a herringbone style this allows our clients the flexibility to decide the best solution for their project.
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