Herringbone and Chevron by adler

A classic in many variations

As a classic among the floor patterns, herringbone is a timeless parquet floor that can be combined with any living style. Herringbone parquet is created through the specific arrangement of parquet strips in a pattern reminiscent of the bones of a fish skeleton. The different directions in the herringbone patter reflect light in many different angles, giving this floor its unmistakable character.

If the parquet elements are angled on both sides by a 45 degree or 60 degree angle, this is also known as French herringbone pattern – or chevron, in international parlance. The sides, which are angled, form a continuous gap between the element rows, which looks like a spine.

the 90 degree angle

the 90 degree angle

Herringbone

the 45 degree angle

the 45 degree angle

a kind of Chevron

the 60 degree angle

the 60 degree angle

a kind of Chevron

Adler offers an extensive product range

The extensive product range from ADLER PARKETT offers a variety of widths, lengths, types of wood and high-quality colors and finishes. Our experienced production team prepares the planks in a wide variety of herringbone formats and designs.

Large format patterns are very much in vogue

How about, for example, large format oak planks in herringbone or chevron? Take a look at our Villa range. Oak planks are available in many high-quality surfaces in widths of 186 mm or 240 mm, and even as a plank in 1200x300x15 mm, if required.

Smaller formats are also possible

One of our standard herringbone designs is the Elegance by adler 600 in an appealing 600x100x10 mm plank size, or 500x100x10 mm in the 45 degree angle format.

Our short plank Elegance by adler is also available in herringbone in 1090x130x10 mm or 540x130x10 mm formats. Of a French herringbone is also an option. The same applies to our Ambiance by adler single strip in the 560x70x10 mm format.