Herringbone floors have rich history as a traditional floor pattern in Europe. It can be installed in several configurations, with or without a border. A popular variation of the herringbone, called Chevron or French herringbone, is prominent in many prestigious European Chateaus. Herringbone wood flooring have graced castles, homes and palaces alike for hundreds of years, making it a classic and timeless floor covering for any interior.
RL X 92 X 18MM, 610 X 92 X 18MM, 910 X 92 X 18 MM
What about engineered flooring versus a solid hardwood product?
Engineered products are available in Planks and Strips; they are manufactured of hardwood using a cross-directional laminated construction, with a top layer of genuine premium hardwood ( from 1.2mm to 6mm wear layer). This construction counteracts the natural tendency of wood to expand and contract with seasonal changes in temperature and humidity, making engineered products more dimensionally stable. Solid products are available in Planks, Strips or Parquet; they are manufactured from a solid piece of wood.
What's the difference between engineered flooring and laminate flooring?
Engineered flooring is constructed in layers similar to plywood with a genuine hardwood veneer layer on the surface. The laminate flooring is a photographed image of finished wood and cannot be refinished, whereas many engineered products can be refinished.