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Quarter Sawn Oak Flooring

 Quarter Sawn Oak Flooring

Herringbone is perhaps the most traditional pattern in the UK. If this is what you are looking for, you can go straight to a page full of herringbone styles by clicking here. You can see many patterns by going to our pages of Parquet Panel Designs, which may be executed in a single timber or in mildly or strongly contrasting timbers. Herringbone battens are square ended. Chevron battens are cut at an angle between 30 and 45 degrees. Herringbone is called 'fischgraat' in northern Europe and 'parquet d'anglais' in France. Chevron, which we think of as a French pattern is there called 'pointe de Hongrie', which suggests the French pinched the idea from the Hungarians, who probably pinched it from the Persians, who invented everything.

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