Herringbone is a distinctive and popular pattern commonly used in flooring and design. It is a type of geometric pattern that resembles the skeleton of a herring fish, characterized by a series of rectangular shapes arranged in a staggered, zigzag pattern. The pattern is created by placing rectangular tiles or wood planks at a 90-degree angle to form a V-shaped pattern, similar to the bones of a herring fish.
This classic and timeless pattern has been used in various architectural and design contexts, ranging from traditional to contemporary styles. It adds a sense of sophistication and visual interest to spaces, making it a popular choice for flooring in homes, offices, and public spaces.
Herringbone 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!