wood flooring arrangements
Strip flooring and parquetry are vehicles for creating various artistic patterns.
Wood flooring composed of a border and of compartments positioned diagonally in relation to it. Inspired by the Château de Versailles in France.
Wood flooring composed of a border and of compartments positioned at right angles to it. Inspired by the Château de Chantilly in France.
Wood flooring composed of a border and of different geometric figures. Inspired by the Château d’Arenberg in Belgium.
Wood flooring of equal lengths whose joints meet at 45° to 60° cuts.
Wood flooring of parquetry assembled in a checkerboard pattern.
basket weave pattern
Wood flooring of parquetry creating a woven effect.
Wood flooring of rectangular wood strips of equal lengths laid one against the other to form an angle of 45°.
Wood flooring with floorboards of different lengths laid parallel; its joints are distributed randomly.
strip flooring with alternate joints
Wood flooring with floorboards of identical lengths laid parallel; its joints are offset by half a length from one row to the next.