Chevron flooring pattern originated in 17th century France, where it quickly became one of the most preferred types of floors in the palaces of the kings and nobility alike. The main difference between chevron and herringbone patterns is that the chevron planks are cut to ensure that each “zig” and “zag” are connected at a 45 degree angle.
Coswick Chevron parquet flooring is a modern, technologically superior take on the traditional French floor. Manufactured using cutting-edge equipment, each plank is milled to precision. Such process guarantees the fast and flawless flooring installation.
The standard flooring variants are a 3-layer strip 12.7 x 107.95 x 530mm with the long direction of 530mm and traditional solid prefinished construction 19.05 x 82.55 x 320mm with the long direction of 320mm. Saw-cut angle is 45°, connection angle is 90°. Chevron tongue-and-groove planks form the mirror pairs of right and left elements. The package contains the equal amount of right and left planks.