Solid wood flooring can be arranged in many different patterns, to contrast with your home as a statement feature or to subtly blend in.
For a lovely art-deco style home, we love the herringbone pattern, infamously associated with sought after parquet flooring. With herringbone flooring, the planks are laid in a staggered zig zag pattern. Herringbone flooring is associated with luxury homes, bringing a touch of elegance to any room.
For a more subtle flooring that seamlessly blends in the background, our traditional linear flooring is laid parallel to each other, mimicking a floor board-like pattern. This pattern often features larger planks which not only allows you to fully appreciate the wood detail and expert design, but also creates an expansive rolling feel across the room. That said, not all Underfoot’s designs are subtle, we offer some striking ranges with warm rich colours and contrasting grain detail.
Another traditional pattern is staggered linear. Often compared to brick formation, the staggered layout also features planks laying in parallel, but starting at different points. We think this design looks great in kitchens and bathrooms, as it allows you to place the flooring in a way that compliments cabinetry, harmoniously running underneath the units.