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05 May 2021 by Meister
If you think that the herringbone pattern for parquet flooring is no longer in vogue, you're wrong. The laying pattern for parquet flooring is currently experiencing a renaissance, lending charm and atmosphere to rooms in both new and existing buildings.
Herringbone parquet is part of the latest interior design trend
Whether it's industrial style, minimalism or Japandi – an interior design style is only truly complete and coherent if it is presented on the right stage. That's why choosing the right floor is just as important for the effect of rooms and interior design trends as the perfect laying pattern. And there are plenty of patterns to choose from. Nonetheless, among the many possibilities for parquet and similar flooring types, the herringbone variant in particular is highly popular. This supposedly old-fashioned pattern is now becoming increasingly widespread in the homes of design aficionados. As a result, the classic herringbone laying pattern for parquet flooring is currently experiencing a veritable renaissance.
How is herringbone parquet flooring laid?
When laying the herringbone pattern, the basic rule is to arrange the parquet strips in such a way that they form the V-shaped “herringbone plait”, which points towards a certain direction in the room. Which direction depends on the variant of the laying pattern. If the herringbone parquet flooring is laid at a 0-degree angle, the plaits run parallel to two walls. Arranged at a 45-degree angle, the pattern runs through the room diagonally.