Chevron parquet (also know as Hungarian point) is a classic European pattern that is made from blocks cut at various angles. This angle difference changes the way the light reflects on the rows and gives the floor a more directional feel.
Herringbone is known to be one of the first parquet patterns 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 craftsmen from Italy
When Louis XIV turned his hunting lodge at Versailles into a palace, the floors needed to be as sumptuous as their surroundings, and so the Versailles panel was designed. Available in a variety of patterns, sizes and finishes this product will give your project a luxurious Parisian style.
Monticello (Italian for “little mountain”) is a classic French pattern from the Baroque period. It was made popular by third American president Thomas Jefferson who was also an architect. When visiting France in 1760 he was inspired by the Monticello design.
Halcyon parquet is an art deco pattern that is made from blocks cut in different shapes and assembled to create a unique old-world (European) feeling. It is a very unusual pattern that works simultaneously in four directions.
Named after Marie Antoinette the wife of Louis XIV, this pattern unlike Grand Versailles, doesn’t have a frame. It is constituted of a central square block and surrounded by overlapped stripes that we repeat all over the room.
D’Arenberg is a castle located in Belgium and named after the family that reigned in the Western European country from the 17th century until the First World War. The Daremberg pattern is similar to the Versailles. It is a framed pattern and is generally laid diagonally.
The reducing square parquetry pattern is a square panel composed of small stripes assembled in diagonal. By laying down four panels you create a bigger square. Depending on your angle of view, you can either see a pyramid or a cross.
Habsburg is a famous Viennese pattern that was very popular during the reign of the family from the same name. This square panel is composed of a pyramidal square, with a cross going from corner to corner and that sits on top of it.
An engineered wood product is a cost effective alternative that was invented early 80’s and represent today more than 70% of the market. Usually, traditional engineered timber floors are made of a solid top layer and plywood base that make it more affordable.
A simple way of laying floorboards in line across the floor. It is a perfect alternative between parquet and board plank. You can either choose a contemporary or traditional design. Strip flooring will always be a matching option.