Parquet Flooring Tiles

 

Once a symbol of a wealthy household, parquet flooring is now much more accessible for all while still bringing a distinct touch of class to a room. We offer a diverse range of woods for a unique and beautiful floor in every house, including both solid wood flooring and engineered wood flooring options.

Choose from the more popular herringbone parquet flooring pattern, traditional basket weave pattern, European Boutique Chevron style or opt for a classic Versailles parquet pattern formation to get the effect you are looking for. Our professional fitters can also work with you to find a bespoke parquet pattern to really get the wood parquet flooring of your dreams.

The durability and quality of our parquet wood tiles mean your floor will survive high levels of traffic, making it a perfect choice for entranceways and living rooms. Parquet block floor tiles bring the rustic charm of real hardwood flooring with much more strength and longevity. Thanks to its traditionally stable design, parquet flooring is able to withstand weathering more than other kinds of solid oak flooring.

We aim to provide truly unique bespoke parquet flooring solutions that you will love for a lifetime. Search our range of beautiful parquet wood floor tiles for quality timbers such as Canadian maple and solid oak parquet flooring. We also offer exotic woods including African rosewood (wenge), teak, American black walnut and tropical Merbau parquet tiles.

With so many designs, finishes, timbers and plank sizes to choose from, speak to one of our specialists today for more advice on achieving the look you want in your property. We can provide a free on-site survey and no-obligation quote in the London and Dorset areas, as well as expert advice on fitting parquet wood flooring.

For expert advice and guidance Contact our expert team on 0208 675 2431.

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