Herringbone parquet craftsmen
The herringbone flooring parquet design is what most people mean when they refer to ‘parquet flooring’. It is by far the most common parquet floor pattern that we install. Traditionally the most popular species is oak but we also can do this design in beech, maple, teak, walnut and other timbers. Are you looking for a single or double herringbone flooring? Would you like your blocks to be pre-tumbled to give that cool antique and aged look that is trending in 2012?
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Herringbone flooring installation
We have a team of 47 people all working to ensure that your new herringbone floor is laid professionally and to suit your timescales. Our craftsmen have all been trained to the highest level in parquet craftsmanship. We only employ the best installers in the UK. No matter the size of your job we have the people to deliver your herringbone parquet floor project.
Fitting intricate herringbone parquet is an artform. It shouldn’t be trusted to a joiner or undertaken as a DIY project as so many factors can go wrong. This flooring is definitely best left to the professionals.
Turnberry, Selfridges and some of our other clients
Our teams work throughout the UK delivering stunning parquet floors for a myriad of customers. Some recent projects we have worked on are:-
- a walnut herringbone parquet floor for the Turnberry Resort (famous for hosting the Open)
- a pop up store for Selfridges showcasing our coloured herringbone parquet (in yellow and white)
- and a project that didn’t involve herringbone but was of huge significance – the Glasgow cycling Velodrome.
- We have also fitted parquet at the Connaught Rooms in London, Microsoft in Edinburgh and the dining room at the Washington Hotel in Mayfair.