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Herringbone Wood Floor

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HowAnnoying Mon 08-Nov-10 21:11:21

Hello, has anyone bought Herringbone flooring and could they recommend a supplier?


Pannacotta Tue 09-Nov-10 11:00:22

You do see lots of reclaimed herringbone parquet, if you have a local relaim yard try giving them a call and asking them to keep a look out for you.
I think its gorgeous, the most elegant flooring but we tend to sand exisitng floorboards, so far we have never needed to buy new.

SparkyUK Tue 09-Nov-10 17:43:00

we got some nice long herringbone parquet off of and the company that supplied it fit it as well. Burke brothers, I believe. In either east or south london. I'm sure their are dozens of similar operations on that site...

SparkyUK Tue 09-Nov-10 17:44:19

ugh, predictive text messed that up. The site is

HowAnnoying Wed 10-Nov-10 08:55:41

OK Thanks, I hadn't thought of getting second hand flooring.

I think I want the majority of the house in it though, do you think it will look too busy though??

SparkyUK Thu 11-Nov-10 22:46:31

We had ours throughout the ground floor except the kitchen and it looked really nice. Helped the space all flow together nicely. Granted the house wasn't huge, but it was a decent size London late victorian terrace. The floor was very elegant though (imho) and because of this I think it might have looked over the top or out of place in the bedrooms upstairs. I could have easily bee convinced otherwise though...

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