Are you looking to create a one-of-a-kind pattern to make a living or dining room and a hallway a unique and memorable experience. Consider embedding historical references or family history into your pattern. If you are looking to reinforce a design concept, you can accomplish this by creating a patterned floor.
Intricate Borders - consider using different wood species to make color changes. Try to tie the pattern to a theme such as mosaic, deco, moroccan or celtic. We can work with you to create your perfect border pattern.
Traffic Paths may be helpful in larger rooms. Once a furniture plan has been established, use a pen to highlight the traffic paths such as front door to back door or entry opening to a patio door. A traffic path can be created by using variations in floor patterns. Create a simple change in direction by changing the direction or size of the wood. Another thought is to fill the path with an intricate pattern. Last, but not least try using a different color stain or type of wood.
Design Centerpieces can be as simple as creating a medallion pattern. Expand upon this idea by making it a rug sized pattern. Be sure to create the pattern large enough so that its borders are viewable. Try using a herringbone, parquet or a diagonal pattern when designing the rug sizes pattern. To keep the focus on the pattern keep the rest of the room's floor design simple (plank wood). One way to be creative is to include a family theme or crest in the design of the medallion, rug or geometric center piece.
A pattern made up of a border and compartments positioned diagonally in relation to it. Inspired by the Château de Versailles in France.
A pattern made up of a border and of compartments positioned at right angles to it. Inspired by the Château de Chantilly in France.
A pattern made up of a border and of different geometric figures. Inspired by the Château d'Arenberg in Belgium.
A pattern made up of equal lengths whose joints meet at 45° to 60° cuts.
A pattern made up of parquetry assembled in a checkerboard pattern.
Basket Weave Pattern
A pattern made up of parquetry creating a woven effect.
A pattern made up of rectangular wood strips of equal lengths laid one against the other to form an angle of 45°.
A pattern made with floorboards of different lengths laid parallel; its joints are distributed randomly.
Strip Flooring with Alternate Joints
A pattern made with floorboards of identical lengths laid parallel; its joints are offset by half a length from one row to the next.