Modern laminate floors are amazingly decorative. Contemporary printing technologies allow to create laminate floors with any images, mimicking rustic or reclaimed wood, natural stone, brick, leather or fabric texture, and add beautiful floor decoration patterns to modern interior design.
Various wood flooring patterns, also known as parquet flooring, are really popular as a wood flooring solution.If you decide to choose them for your flat or house, you can give free rein to your imagination. Available wood flooring patterns include: herringbone, chevron, basket weave, brickwork, and random designs.
Our patterned vinyl flooring combines excellent print detail with outstanding durability, making it the perfect pairing for the modern homeowner seeking cutting-edge design for their space. Customisable to your specifications, our pattern flooring can also be altered by our design team to match your desired colour scheme.
Deciding on a hardwood floor installation pattern is a very important step in a renovation project. Not only will your pattern of choice shape the look of your floor, it will also impact furniture placement, and the general flow of your space. Although they use the same material, the top hardwood floor installation patterns have very different looks.
2017 Laminate Flooring Layout & Pattern Trends. People are getting ultra creative when it comes to the layout of their floor. Patterns, angles, you name it. Of course, not all patterns are created equal. Let's look at what's hot right now. Herringbone & Chevron Laminate Floors *Note: The above images are wood and tile, not laminate.
Racking rule of thumb: Avoid H patterns. Stagger end joints of boards row to row a minimum of 6" for strip flooring, 8"-10" for 3" to 5" plank, and for plank wider than 5 inch, stagger as much as possible with minimal or no H joints. See Figures 8-1 and 8-2.