Herringbone flooring, which is also known as parquet block flooring is one of the most distinctive and recognizable hardwood floors. Rather than planks of flooring, the herringbone pattern is made up of smaller blocks of flooring that can be laid in a variety of geometric patterns, with the most common pattern being herringbone. It is important to remember that ‘herringbone’ refers to the pattern and style of flooring and not the colour or surface finish. To create your herringbone effect you are able to choose your floor colour (the species of wood) and surface finish to match or complement your room.
Size: 4 ¼ x ¾ x 30”. SQ. Edge, Unfinished, Select & Better, Micro Beveled.
Samples of herringbone parquet shades
Why should I choose engineered herringbone flooring?
Herringbone flooring can immediately transform any traditional or contemporary space with its luxurious appeal and distinctive character. It is an ideal choice if you want you a durable and long lasting hardwood floor that gives some extra charm and attraction to your home. Engineered parquet block flooring is also compatible with underfloor heating and great for any room in your home as it can be used in rooms with fluctuating temperatures and large amounts of glazing, such as conservatories.
If you are still unsure of which style and type of flooring to choose, why not have a look at our Wood Flooring Guide, which offers further information on the structure, profile and finish of our hardwood floors.
Do you sell matching flooring accessories?
Yes, we do sell matching flooring accessories including beading, skirting, stair nosing, thresholds, pipe covers and door bars. We have everything you should need to add the finishing touches and complete the look of your room.
Are there any alternatives available?
Yes, as well as parquet block flooring we also sell the more traditional 1 strip plank flooring or 3 strip plank flooring in both engineered and solid wood structures.
Further help and advice
If you would like to have a look at any of our floors at home, then order your free samples today. For any additional technical advice or support then please contact us or come to our showroom where we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.