Solid parquet flooring can be installed in many different ways, herringbone being increasingly popular. The herringbone pattern is perfect for renovated bourgeois houses and flats, as it preserves the room’s appearance and nobility. It is also suitable for new residential buildings and goes well with modern furniture. Such flooring must be installed by a qualified and experienced expert. The pattern nicely adorns your floor, so you can proudly show it to your relatives, friends and acquaintances. However, the herringbone will bring the most pleasure and pride to the owners and fitters. The latter are considered artists and are very proud of their beautiful craft work.

Herringbone is produced in a variety of widths and lengths. It can be installed as a classic herringbone, single, double or triple herringbone, or as a chevron. Classis herringbone planks are installed in parallel lines at an angle of 90 degrees, so that the top of one plank is in contact with the side of the other one. Solid parquet flooring with tongue and groove therefore has “left” and “right” planks, i.e. those with a tongue on the left side and those with a tongue on the right side. Single, double or triple herringbone indicates that the tops of one, two or three planks are in contact with the side of one single plank. Chevron planks are cut at an angle of e.g. 45 degrees. Parquet flooring without tongue and groove, for example, lamparquet, can also be installed in a herringbone pattern.