Aged parquet flooring
The parquet flooring made thier appearance in the XVII century, they are dinstinguished from the floor by the drawings formed by assembling small wooden boards. The Versailles Panels are found at the King's court, in other castles and in the middle-class houses. The Chevron (Hungarian Point), a classic French tradional parquet floor, is used by the architect, Baron Haussman, in Parisian apartments and mansions. The Herringbone, which is found in many apartments in Brussels, is dinstinguished from the Chevron (Hungarian Point) by its regular shaped blades
Choose from the three different styles of parquet flooring: Versailles panels, Chevron (Hungarian Point) or Herringbone. This is our range of aged parquet flooring which is distressed to appear as authentically aged and reclaimed as possible. The process simulates marks normally only achieved via normal wear and tear to create the feel and appearance of a much older material. Parquet flooring is available in our “aged” colour references (colour references 1 to 16).