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Engineered Wood Flooring Herringbone

Engineered Wood Flooring Herringbone
What is Herringbone Engineered Wood Flooring?

Engineered wood flooring, also commonly known as parquet flooring is a layered flooring made from real planks of wood. The construction, however, gives it an advantage over solid wood floorings as it counteracts the expansion of the wood due to variations in moisture and heat levels in the immediate environment. In solid wood flooring, which is made from one piece of thick wood, this fluctuation in the climate can cause swelling, cracking in the surface of the wood and a creaking noise as it expands and contracts. This kind of oscillation in the wood can warp the surface causing an uneven plane. This is why many people in the modern day opt for engineered wood flooring which these days comes with easy installation click mechanisms that make it easy to lay even for a novice DIY-er. Herringbone is a style of laying planks for aesthetic reasons as you will see in the next section.

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What is the difference between Herringbone and Chevron flooring?

Herringbone, not to be confused with chevron, is the perpendicular laying of planks at a right angle (90 degrees) to create a pleasing visual pattern. Chevron, is cut at a 90 degree angle, which also creates a fishbone pattern but is not technically classed as Herringbone.The Difference Between Herringbone And Chevron

Modern Herringbone Flooring : Style That Lasts

The style of this flooring can create many looks depending on the wood and tints used in the design as well as the dimensions of the plank and angle of laying. For example, a masculine yet refined aura can be brought about with a deep brown or black wood such as Walnut. Playing with contrasting colours such as dark chestnut with beige canvas textiles can create a luxurious atmosphere especially when paired with large indoor plants for an exotic edge. Alternatively, a Scandinavian look can be achieved with a pale white woods in your colour scheme and complementing blues and greys. Modern and fresh office space can be created with glass and white furnishings on mid toned brown hues of flooring. Textured herringbone can create a rustic atmosphere for a chic abode. The bottom line is that Herringbone is one of the most elegant and stylish floorings on the market, giving an unusual twist to any room. Elevate your room today with a herringbone style engineered wood flooring.

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You can find both Herringbone, Chevron and many more engineered wood flooring styles at our online shop - UK & EU delivery available! Discover our ~BRICOFLOR Blog Posts every Friday where you can find helpful tips and ideas for your home or project.

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