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The gorgeous herringbone pattern first rose to popularity during the 17th century in France, where it symbolised elegance and status. Parquetry Oak is revered for its sensuous displays of contrast between the tight knots of timber and the irregular grain pattern that create a distinctive appearance.
The 15/4mm Herringbone Oak planks are manufactured from combining a 4mm of real Oak timber engineered onto a 11mm plywood substrate for maximum durability and dimensional stability.
The De Marque Herringbone Parquetry pattern is a difficult installation, however our professional in house team have the skills, knowledge and tools to do the beautiful herringbone parquetry the justice they deserve.
The De Marque Herringbone Parquetry flooring was inspired by ancient Italian architecture and jewelry, hence its intricate patterns. The planks have an engineered construction which provides dimensional accuracy and stability. It also features a wear layer designed to last for decades, maintaining an authentic timber look and feel. These planks are also specially manufactured to be more resource efficient while maintaining a high quality flooring. Now, De Marque Herringborn Parquetry also has a Universal Tongue & Groove profile that lets you create various patterns on your floor. The contemporary colors come in pre-finished options so you can easily install warmth and charm in almost any interior.
Engineered floors are not water resistant, so you must be careful. The first step is to ensure that you have the proper entrance mats. They will help prevent dirt and grime from entering your home or business. When cleaning your engineered floor, make sure you use professional equipment and cleaning solutions from a specialized reseller. Avoid excess water on the floor when mopping by wringing out the mop beforehand.
De Marque Engineered oak flooring is made up of a variety of real timber sources. The surface veneer of timber is fused to a plywood core to provide the authentic timber look at a lower price with even greater structural durability.