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A chevron pattern, also known as Hungarian point, is another form of parquet flooring, where the battens are cut at an angle, creating distinctive energetic lines across the floor.

This pattern, used prolifically in 19th-century Parisian apartments, has a more modern feel than herringbone, but still gives a classic luxury look. Our solid or engineered chevron floors are available in a 45° or 60° angle.

See below for some examples of chevron floors. To view all the colours and timbers available in chevron, please check the individual ranges.

All the ranges available in chevron:

Landmark - Strata - Tate - Magma - London


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