Parquet flooring is an old tradition that dates back to the late 1600s in France. It involves the assembly and placement of small pieces of wood that have been cut into geometric shapes.
Why parquet flooring is just as good in 2017 as it was in 1817
Parquet flooring is timeless. Whether fitted in a mock-Tudor home or a state-of-the-art sports centre, it always makes its presence known. It goes just as well with a Billy bookcase as much as a Chippendale chair, or a 1950s G Plan unit. In public buildings, the Belle of the Ball could be the parquet floor of the village hall.
An absolute beginner’s guide to parquet floors
Whether in the home or a public hall, there is no mistaking the distinctive nature of parquet floors. They form part of many a dance floor, basketball court, school hall, public library, and numerous homes. With a geometric pattern, they add a touch of class to your floor.