The main difference between chevron and herringbone patterns is that chevron planks are cut to ensure that each “zig” and “zag” are connected at a 45 degree angle.
Chevron flooring pattern originated in 17th century France, where it quickly became one of the most preferred types of floors in the palaces of the kings and nobility alike. The main difference between chevron and herringbone patterns – minimal, as it may seem at first – makes for a visually rich, sophisticated design. While both chevron and herringbone floors are laid out in zig-zag pattern, chevron planks are cut to ensure that each “zig” and “zag” are connected at a 45 degree angle. For this reason, each set of chevron floors includes both right and left elements. Coswick Chevron parquet flooring is a modern, technologically superior take on the traditional French floor. Manufactured using cutting-edge equipment, each plank is milled to precision. Paired with a dimensionally stable 2-layer T&G construction, this guarantees fast and worry-free installation. Each plank has the dimensions of 12.7mm x 107.95mm x 530mm (lengthwise); planks are cut at 45-degree angle. The top lamellas are available in white oak, ash, and American walnut. Surface finishes include wear-resistant CosNanoTech+ lacquer and Silk Oil.
Coswick Engineered Hardwood Flooring in their Chevron Parquet CollectionWE PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY FLOORING AND EXPERT FLOORING INSTALLATION!