THE HERRINGBONE STORY:
Herringbone is known to be one of the first parquet pattern developed in Europe. In 1539, Francois the first, King of France, used this design on is Fontainebleau castle in Paris. For this job, he specially hired a craftsmen away from Italy. Herringbone parquet is a classic European pattern that is made from blocks and assembled on a right angle that creates the typical V shape.
The difference with Chevron is that Herringbone is always cut as a perfect rectangle.
HOW WE MAKE IT:
The parquetry is made in Australia at our own purpose built factory in Highett Melbourne. The oak is imported direct from France, but we also manufacture from recycled, Tasmanian Oak, Jarrah, Blackbutt and any other specias.
We offer a square block to be installed raw, or Tongue and groove parquetry in both bevel or unbevel with the option or prefinished using UV cured Oils from Europe.
The grading option include select through to rustic depending on the look or budget the Client is seeking.
Our processing of the parquetry allows it to be installed on heated concrete as well as in humid places like Hong kong or Singapore. We have supplied and isntalled flooring to Sydney , Perth , Adelaide, Brisbane, Auckland, Christchurch and Seoul with no issues of stability.
Length from 225 mm to 970 mm
Width from 40 mm to 140 mm
Thickness: 21 mm
GET A QUOTE:
Want to know more about the Herringbone design and get an expert advice for your project ? Feel free to drop by our showroom on 32 – 34 Teton Court, Highett 3190 VIC (by appointment only). You can also give us a call on (03) 9553 5362 or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.