Herringbone wood flooring is the traditional style or pattern for laying parquet blocks. The blocks of flooring are much smaller than usual flooring planks and have been designed to create the distinctive ‘herringbone’ zigzag pattern. You will fit the blocks of flooring together to provide a staggered zigzag pattern. The end of the planks are left at a 90 degree angle so you will stagger the pattern rather than create a ‘V’ shape.
|Wood species||European oak 14/3x90x600mm|
|Structure||oak wood veneer, birch,eucalyptus,poplar plywood|
|Surface treatments||Smooth, Brushed,Antique,Distressed, Sawn mark,Antique|
|Finish||UV lacquered,UV oiled,Nature oil,Wax oil,Invisible oil|
What is the difference between chevron and herringbone?
The ends of chevron planks are cut at a 45 or 60 degree angle.
Herringbone planks are cut at a 90 degree angle.
Chevron flooring creates a zigzag style pattern, coming to a point at the top of each zigzag.
Herringbone flooring still has a zigzag pattern but you will find it is more of a staggered effect.
Structure of Engineered Wood Flooring