Putting a stylish twist on a traditional classic, this pale-brown herringbone floor has a beautiful, bleached-tone and matt-finish that will brighten even the gloomiest of rooms. Blurring the line between classical and contemporary style, the herringbone pattern is created from planks arranged in a zig-zagging pattern that brings movement to your room, making it appear larger. Simply stunning when used as the focal point of a small area, herringbone floors can also be used to ‘zone’ open-plan spaces. Easy to clean, slip-resistant and designed to withstand heavy domestic and moderate commercial use, this stunning herringbone floor is delivered straight to your door as part of our direct to home range. Extremely easy to install using a superior 5G click system, each box of fade-resistant planks has an equal number of ‘left’ and ‘right’ sides included within it. Making it super-simple for you to layout and slide together. Made from trusted sustainable resources, each extra-thick 8mm deep plank measures 13.3cm wide by 66.5cm long. With bevelled edges to give you that distinctive V-groove, our herringbone laminates will give you a stunning, individual-looking floor, backed by an amazing 20-year wear guarantee.
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