You've surely noticed that more and more interiors are seeing the return of patterns such as herringbone wood flooring and parquet flooring. Not surprising at all, because by using these patterns, you can easily and quickly add a lot of dimension and style to your home. This living trend has become much more popular, especially in recent years, and more and more professionals are offering herringbone floor laying as a service. But what does a herringbone floor cost? What kinds of floors are available in herringbone pattern? And what is the exact history behind floors with this type of pattern and what makes them still popular, centuries after they were first used?
What do you recognize a herringbone floor by?
You can easily recognize herringbone wood floors by the way the pieces of wood are cut. Each wood board is cut at perfect right angles and then laid at right angles to each other, so that the end of one board touches the side of the next. The result after laying a herringbone floor resembles a broken zig-zag pattern or herringbone floor, and instantly lifts the atmosphere of your interior to a higher level.