For wood flooring, chevron or herringbone pattern have been popular for more than a century. Chevron planks meet in perfect points like a long string of arrows, while herringbone planks look slightly staggered. Often found in formal living rooms, dining rooms, and entrance halls, both of these elegant zigzag designs elevate a room from the ground up.
Oak Engineered Herringbone Parquet Plank Hardwood Flooring
Click System, T&G
Commercial & Residential
What is difference between chevron and herringbone flooring?
Herringbone refers to standard rectangular boards, all of which are the same size. Pre-cut pieces are cut at 90° on both ends. Width of the herringbone is measured across the board, top side. Length is measured along the side, from corner to corner.
Chevron refers to boards cut on both ends at 45° angle. Chevron measured from tip to tip on the same side. Other cut angles are available upon request. Chevron is supplied as equal quantity of Left and Right pieces.
Herringbone floors are typically installed piece-by-piece in various configurations, either parallel to the wall or diagonally. Herringbone often looks best with the points running in the longest direction of a room or directed at a focal point. Diagonal installation visually expands the room, but requires more material - add at least 15% extra if you are doing this type of installation.
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