Wood flooring manufacturers are responding to the growing demand for patterned floors. There are now plenty of offerings of parquet and other styles like herringbone. Before manufactured floors, laying out patterns required finish carpenters and was extremely expensive. Now not so much.
Below are some examples of installed floors that demonstrate the quality and design options that patterned flooring offer.
Herringbone is a perennial favorite. This dark stained wood makes for a pleasing contrast to the window and the white tub.
This dark St. Andrews pattern contrasts beautifully with the bright elements of the bedroom.
Not exactly a patterned floor, these end piece wood planks are nevertheless attention-grabbers.
Many Patterns; Many Shades
Pattern flooring comes in as many shades as any other type of wood flooring. These lighter shades most clearly show the details.
St. Andrews Pattern
Move Over Mr. Whipple
In contrast to beautiful and interesting hardwood, a nice soft rug seems only appropriate.
The rug below is the king of soft. The picture only suggests this texture which you probably have never felt before.
It's made of rabbit fur and your can feel it for yourself in the Tampa Showroom. Ask to feel Lapin Rex, which means King Rabbit.