It's one of those patterns that pops up all over the place - herringbone is just everywhere! Primarily used for flooring purposes, it's symmetrical geometric design is a hit for many of us.
But are you one of them?
Here at Stronghold Wood Floors we are selling more and more of the herringbone and chevron flooring, it's now incredibly popular.
Great twist that looks great on walls or floors
It's a lovely parquet design and seems to be getting more popular again too, particularly in the LVT.
A classic which has had a revival,. I love it whether wood or stone for floors, but I think it can be overpowering on walls.
Love them - prefer herringbone to chevron. Have been looking at Havwoods options for a while, but know there are plenty of solutions. I assume installation cost is higher than standard t&g boards though.
Looks great on Elizabethan external brick walls and wool, I'd leave it at that.
We love herringbone patterns! A classic look which is great on flooring and walls. We've got herringbone parquet flooring being laid on site in a Kitchen Living area at one of our current projects - can't wait to see how it turns out. We look forward to sharing the final result on Houzz!
Catalogue's in the post!! To fiftypointeight and In Ex Design
I can't get enough Herringbone at the moment, that goes for fabrics too. Gorgeous on floors and furniture.
Herringbone or Parquet flooring is a classic for a reason-its timeless, looks amazing and in the right finish can last for DECADES! A solid Oak woodblock herringbone floor that we laid in 1993 is still going strong, with very little wear and tear visible. Pretty good going for 23 years!
Love this. Not many doing this anymore, sadly.
We love herringbone and Chevron boards, and have a fine selection in engineered, so ideal for stability and suitable for Under floor heating. We have some great options let us know if we can help in any way!! https://www.floormonster.co.uk/engineered-wood.html?plank_finish=282
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