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Herringbone Floors

Tate bute herringbone floor with chairs and table

Herringbone is the most popular of the parquet flooring patterns. Named after the herring fish for its visual similarity to its bone structure, this pattern dates back to the Roman Empire.

Our herringbone battens, in solid or engineered timber, are available in different sizes from a traditional small block to a more contemporary oversized batten giving a modern twist to this well-loved classic. Add a single or double border for an extra statement, and luxury touch. Or make a different pattern using the same battens, such as a ladder or basketweave.

There are many colours and textures of herringbone flooring available - head over to the individual ranges to see them all.

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