Engineered oak wood Chevron flooring is characterized by its V-shaped pattern. This type of hardwood flooring has grown in popularity recently, and for a good reason. Chevron parquet is not only stylish but also versatile and makes a strong design statement.
Herringbone and Chevron patterns are classic and elegant and work well with both traditional homes and modern apartments alike. Wooden floors with Herringbone and Chevron are often confused with one another. However, the two styles are pretty different.
The main difference between a Herringbone pattern and a Chevron pattern is the angle at which planks are cut. In Ecohardwood's wooden flooring manufacturing process, Chevron planks are precisely cut at a 45- or 30-degree angle. Another 45 or 30 degree edge will be used to join them, making them look like an arrow.
Arranged at a 90-degree angle, Herringbone parquet flooring resembles a zigzag pattern, but it doesn't have sharp points like a Chevron. Click here to learn more about Herringbone oak flooring >>
Variations of Chevron oak flooring
Ecohardwood Chevron format is cut in 45 or 30 degree angles and comes in various colours, grades, and finishes.
From Nordic White and Ocean Breeze to Natural Oak and Light Nut to Deep Black, Anthracite and Cognac, you can choose a lighter or darker oak wood floor. Check out our parquet flooring colour selection >>
Our Chevron oak flooring comes in dimensions ranging from 115x575mm to 180x900mm. Learn more about the importance of plank dimensions in interior design >>
Ecohardwood Chevron flooring comes in two finishes - brushed, cross-brushed or sanded (smooth) >>
Installation of Chevron parquet flooring
A Chevron oak floor is one of the most complex floors to lay, so you should hire an experienced and reputable professional.
The angle of the floor must remain consistent, and the blocks must fit tightly together. Lines that aren't straight will mess up the floor's overall appearance. Throughout the years, we have installed countless parquet and chevron floors. See our projects gallery for additional examples below.
Please note that it is essential to follow manufacturer installation instructions. You can read our company installation guide here >>
Chevron oak flooring by Ecohardwood: Why choose it?
- Focus on quality and sustainability. Ecohardwood engineered oak wood flooring is made to the highest standard and sustainably sourced from FSC® approved European forests. Each wooden plank is carefully inspected for quality before entering the production phase. This process ensures that your wooden floor will last for years while always looking its finest.
- Geometry and precision. Our factory Ecowood in Lithuania, uses the latest technology to cut the floorboards at the most precise angles. Precision cutting is essential if you choose Chevron or Herringbone patterns.
- Advanced 3-layer construction. It ensures maximum all-dimensional stability in natural room environment changes and is ideal for underfloor heating. Find out more >>
- Eco-friendly and non-toxic materials. All our engineered oak floors are sealed with premium eco-friendly hardwearing SAICOS hard wax oil, which protects the floor naturally and is highly durable, resistant, and easy to clean and maintain. To glue plank layers together, we use eco-friendly, formaldehyde-free PU adhesives.
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