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Herringbone Pattern Rosewood Parquets

Parquet refers to a type of flooring that is created by taking very small slats of wood and arranging them in distinct, repeating patterns. The wooden pieces are generally formed into tiles of varying shapes and then installed in such a way that the individual pieces all contribute to a greater, concerted pattern that stretches across the entire floor.


Parquet flooring is different from ordinary wood flooring where wooden planks, usually wider than 10cm and longer than 1m are used. Parquet uses smaller pieces of wood arranged in more attractive and decorative geometric and regular shapes and patterns such as the most popular herringbone but also chevron, chequerboard, or basketweave.


We can produce Parquet Flooring in various widths and lengths in East Indian Rosewood.

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