Parquetry is wood cut into geometrical designs and is sometimes called inlaid floors. A true parquet floor consists of short, matched lengths individually laid to produce interesting patterns such as herringbone, chevron, basket weave, squares and rectangles. The pieces are customarily tongued-and-grooved and end-matched. Standard lengths are multiples of the widths to aid in laying out the pattern with in an almost unlimited number of fascinating designs.
At Antique floors our detailed craftsmanship and experience allow us to create a precious and individual design that will tell its own story with an array of textures that can be used in combination with the oak such as marble, travertine and precious metals