Chevron is another popular and stylish flooring pattern that, like herringbone, involves a series of angled rectangles. However, the key distinction lies in the way the rectangles are cut and arranged. In a chevron pattern, the rectangular pieces are cut at an angle, typically forming a V-shaped pattern with sharp, pointed ends meeting in the center. This creates a continuous zigzag design that imparts a sense of dynamic movement and energy to the space.
Similar to herringbone, the chevron pattern is used across various flooring materials, including hardwood, laminate, tile, and luxury vinyl. This pattern’s versatility allows it to be incorporated into a variety of interior design styles, ranging from classic and traditional to modern and contemporary. One notable characteristic of chevron flooring is its ability to create a sense of continuity and flow.
Chevron patterns can be applied to a wide range of flooring materials, including hardwood, engineered wood, vinyl, etc. Contact us today – firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in-store to see it for yourself!