//Brush Box Parquetry at St Bede’s College!

Brush Box Parquetry at St Bede’s College!

St Bede’s College

Here we take a quick insight into a more abstract task completed by Renaissance Parquet.

We were recently approached by local Catholic School St Bede’s College, and were asked to install a square on square 7-finger custom Brush box Mosaic style flooring in their old gymnasium.

Mosaic Parquetry was a concept developed in the 70’s and 80’s, despite being known for its classical look, mosaic parquetry can be easily adapted to create a contemporary look as well. The design configurations are truly endless.

Arranging small “fingers” of timber in tiles, then changing the direction of these rows at consistent intervals, creates Mosaic Parquetry.

The timber often used in mosaic parquetry has rich like features in terms of the stain or colour of the wood that is commonly used. At Renaissance Parquet, all of our custom patterns and mosaic features are hand made to suit your specific needs.

For mosaic parquetry installations to be successful and be a standout feature in any setting or environment, it requires the correct species of timber to be used. Renaissance Parquet offers all species whether it’s Oak, Jarrah, Boral, Blackbutt, Tasmanian Oak or any other species in any stain or colour.

 

We provide custom sized and shaped parquetry, solid and engineered boards and mosaic parquetry; all whilst being handmade as this ensures each piece that is cut meets the standard set by customers and clients.

Book an appointment to visit our showroom with a wide range of patterns from Chevron to Herringbone or Halcyon to Monticello, we are capable of providing the highest level of parquetry flooring that is handmade, custom, and a wide variety of species.

 

Read more in our previous news articles or here to see what after installation care and products we have to offer

 

Contact us here on our website to book an appointment

Instagram: @RenaissanceParquet

Email: sales@renaissanceparquet.com

Call: (03) 9553 5362

2020-03-04T02:25:46+00:00March 4th, 2020|News|