Where the herringbone floor is now a well-known pattern, the demand for the chevron floors is increasing
With a chevron floor, the planks lie at a 45 or 60 degree angle and the top sides join together. Perfect for interior design enthusiasts who want a special floor with a high-quality look for their space.
Because of its elegant appearance and calm lines, the Chevron is increasingly used in modern interiors. The Chevron consists of planks laid in what is known as a 'sergeant's stripe'. The planks ends in a point. This distinguishes the floor from other planks and patterns.
The Chevron series consists of a natural colour palette. The various shades of colour in the floor create a beautiful cohesive whole in the room.
A Chevron floor gives tranquility to the space. The pattern creates a dimension to your floor. This allows small or narrow rooms to feel longer and more spacious by creating the illusion of more floor space.
The Chevron is also available as a Viennese point in addition to the well-known Chevron pattern. The laying method is similar to the herringbone pattern. Because of the angle at which the ends are cut, it looks as if the herringbone pattern has been slightly compressed. Because the strips of this pattern get a little wider faster, due to the faint angle, this type of flooring fits very nicely in somewhat wider homes.