Herringbone Oak flooring is a type of wooden floor made from Oak and is displayed in a herringbone pattern. Oak is the most common species of wood used in flooring and gives you a beautiful grain pattern with pale and golden tones running throughout. Herringbone is the pattern created by using parquet block of flooring. You lay the blocks of flooring in a V shape to create a ‘herringbone pattern’.
What does herringbone oak flooring look like?
As already mentioned, a herringbone Oak floor is one that is made from Oak and installed in a specific ‘herringbone pattern’. This pattern determines the name of how you have installed it. The actual flooring is called parquet block, which is small blocks of Oak flooring, designed to be installed in different and unique ways.
Herringbone is the most popular way of installing parquet block. It creates a recurring ‘v’ pattern across your floor. The colour of the Oak depends on whether you have chosen a natural Oak or decided upon a colour stain. Here are some examples of what it can look like.
Natural Charnwood Oak Herringbone
Smoked Charnwood Oak Herringbone
Why not have a look at our full range of Herringbone wooden floors.
Where can I have it in my home?
You can have herringbone flooring in almost any room in your home. It is perfect for hallways, living spaces, bedrooms and also in kitchens. Oak is a durable floor covering and gives a timeless and characteristic appeal to any room. It is easy to look after and keep clean and can last a lifetime if you care for it properly. We would not recommend that you install it in any wet areas like bathrooms or utility rooms.
If you are still interested in parquet block flooring, but not sure about Oak, then have a look at some of our bamboo floors:
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