Herringbone

Herringbone vinyl flooring is just as the name suggests; vinyl flooring which gives you a herringbone pattern.  Over the past few years, vinyl flooring has become more detailed and authentic looking with the herringbone vinyl being no exception to this.  Vinyl flooring looks natural, authentic, and has a warm and cosy feel underfoot. There are different colours and sizes of herringbone vinyl to choose from, ranging from pale Oak to dark grey.

 

Why should I choose Herringbone Vinyl Flooring?

Herringbone style vinyl flooring is an alternative to real wood herringbone (parquet block). It will never be as authentic and elegant as Hardwood parquet block flooring, but a great choice if you are looking for something a little more cost effective. 

The advantages of having vinyl herringbone flooring rather than the real thing is that it is far more durable and hardwearing, so there is no need to worry about any spills or small accidents.  All of the vinyl floors can be used with underfloor heating and are perfect for renovation projects as then are extremely thin.  Vinyl flooring is very easy to install and requires little maintenance once fitted.

For more information and guidance on cleaning and looking after your vinyl floor have a look at our Flooring Care and Maintenance Guide.

 

Do you sell matching flooring accessories?

When fitting your new vinyl floor, you will need to think about which flooring accessories you may need in order to add the finishing touches to your room.  Do you need to cover any gaps around the edge of the room, in doorways or around pipes? Have a look at our full range of MDF accessoriesmetal accessories and wooden flooring accessories.

 

Are there any alternatives available?

Yes, we have a wide range of vinyl flooring to offer.  In addition to herringbone vinyl, we also have Wood Plank vinyl and Tile and Stone vinyl Alternatively if you are still unsure whether vinyl flooring is right for you and your home, have a look at some of our other flooring ranges: solid wood flooringengineered wood flooring and laminate flooring.

Here are links to some of our most popular floors:

Engineered Oak Flooring | Engineered Walnut Flooring | Parquet Engineered Wood Flooring | Solid Oak Flooring | Solid Walnut Flooring | Herringbone Solid Wood Flooring | Wood Plank Laminate Flooring | Tile\Stone Laminate Flooring | Oak Laminate Flooring

 

Further help and advice

If you have any questions or would like any further advice about any of our vinyl, wooden or laminate floors, please either contact us or come into our showroom where one of our team will be happy to help. 

Herringbone vinyl flooring is just as the name suggests; vinyl flooring which gives you a herringbone pattern.  Over the past few years, vinyl flooring has become more detailed and authentic looking with the herringbone vinyl being no exception to this.  Vinyl flooring looks natural, authentic, and has a warm and cosy feel underfoot. There are different colours and sizes of herringbone vinyl to choose from, ranging from pale Oak to dark grey.

 

Why should I choose Herringbone Vinyl Flooring?

Herringbone style vinyl flooring is an alternative to real wood herringbone (parquet block). It will never be as authentic and elegant as Hardwood parquet block flooring, but a great choice if you are looking for something a little more cost effective. 

The advantages of having vinyl herringbone flooring rather than the real thing is that it is far more durable and hardwearing, so there is no need to worry about any spills or small accidents.  All of the vinyl floors can be used with underfloor heating and are perfect for renovation projects as then are extremely thin.  Vinyl flooring is very easy to install and requires little maintenance once fitted.

For more information and guidance on cleaning and looking after your vinyl floor have a look at our Flooring Care and Maintenance Guide.

 

Do you sell matching flooring accessories?

When fitting your new vinyl floor, you will need to think about which flooring accessories you may need in order to add the finishing touches to your room.  Do you need to cover any gaps around the edge of the room, in doorways or around pipes? Have a look at our full range of MDF accessoriesmetal accessories and wooden flooring accessories.

 

Are there any alternatives available?

Yes, we have a wide range of vinyl flooring to offer.  In addition to herringbone vinyl, we also have Wood Plank vinyl and Tile and Stone vinyl Alternatively if you are still unsure whether vinyl flooring is right for you and your home, have a look at some of our other flooring ranges: solid wood flooringengineered wood flooring and laminate flooring.

Here are links to some of our most popular floors:

Engineered Oak Flooring | Engineered Walnut Flooring | Parquet Engineered Wood Flooring | Solid Oak Flooring | Solid Walnut Flooring | Herringbone Solid Wood Flooring | Wood Plank Laminate Flooring | Tile\Stone Laminate Flooring | Oak Laminate Flooring

 

Further help and advice

If you have any questions or would like any further advice about any of our vinyl, wooden or laminate floors, please either contact us or come into our showroom where one of our team will be happy to help. 

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