CHEVRON PARQUET FLOORING PATTERN
Chevron parquet also called Hungarian point is a classic European pattern that originated in France in the seventeenth century. It is made from blocks that are cut at various angles. This difference in angles changes the way the light reflects on the rows and gives the floor a more directional sense. It was made famous by Baron Haussman when mandated by Napoleon III to renovate Paris buildings and parks. In recent times, the pattern is still widely used in Parisian apartments. The saw cut angle is thirty to forty-five degrees so that the V pattern is formed by fitting down row by row.
Advantage of Chevron Parquet Pattern over Other Patterns
Chevron pattern is very appealing and eye-catching, and it gives a strong and professional appearance that is outstanding for both home and business settings. Chevron pattern will make the wooden floor stand out and gives a pleasant appearance to the room.
Since all wood species are available in neutral colors, shades, and undertones, arranging wood planks in Chevron pattern allows for many style and decor without your floor looking too overwhelming. Chevron pattern won’t make the room look smaller and less spacious that it is.
The diagonals of Chevron pattern can make smaller spaces look wider and larger.
Since the design is very regular and consistent, this will give the room a lot of structural stability and work as a strong base for various types of interior design.
Laying chevron parquet requires skilled experience of flooring to position the block parquet accurately. Chevron is time intense to install and is currently created with tongue and groove application. For a feel of an authentic French antiquity, the sides of the floor are scraped manually and distressed to feature Parisian vogue.