The parquet floor of Versailles was called in 17th and 18th centuries: French-style parquet, it is a parquet floor of assembly that some people called " parquet with compartments". It is made, generally, in solid oak, its drawing is composed of small dimpled square panels in cross-pieces, it comprises a framing, the unit is built with tenons and mortises with more than 40 pegs. It settles generally in diagonal compared to the walls and it contributes, since centuries, with the decoration of the refined apartments.
Description of Engineered oak flooring
Engineered oak flooring, like any other quality engineered flooring product is made up of layers of ply which are bonded together to form a solid and highly stable core board. That core board is then topped off with solid oak and the finished product, although more stable than solid oak flooring looks just like solid oak.
Versailles – 800 x 800 mm
Renaissance – 810 x 810 mm
Castle – 800 x 800 mm
Chantilly – 840 x 840 mm