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Herringbone Flooring

Herringbone Flooring

What is Herringbone flooring?

Herringbone pattern wood flooring is different than standard hardwood floors in a couple of ways. The first is that herringbone wood flooring is made up of planks that are all the same length (fixed length). The other is that herringbone flooring features what is called a double end-groove, meaning the planks have a groove on both ends instead of having a groove on one end, and a tongue on the other. If a herringbone floor board had a tongue on one end you would not be able to install it in the herringbone pattern. This special pattern flooring creates a very upscale look and brings significant ambiance to an area.

Where to buy herringbone flooring...

If you are in the USA or Canada you have come to the right place for herringbone flooring, or just about any other type of patterned wood flooring for that matter. We work every day with premium flooring mills in the USA to bring herringbone wood floors to you directly from the manufacturer. We also maintain superior customer reviews on numerous third party websites and an A+ rating with the BBB.

Types of Herringbone wood flooring available:

We offer herringbone floors in virtually any type of wood, including White Oak, Red Oak, Walnut, Hickory, Maple, Rift & Quarter Sawn Oak, Live Sawn Oak, Brazilian Cherry, Santos Mahogany, and many other hardwoods. Essentially if wood flooring can be made from a hardwood, we can offer it in a herringbone pattern. We offer herringbone pattern floors in virtually any size, from the narrowest/shortest pieces, up to huge pieces like 10" x 120" herringbone, in virtually any type of wood, either unfinished or prefinished, and solid or engineered.

How much does herringbone wood flooring cost?

Like most products on the market, the price of herringbone flooring can swing dramatically, mostly effected by the type of wood being used, and the size of the herringbone pieces. For example, since Red Oak Herringbone is the most common choice, and the lumber is readily available, then Red Oak will be more afffordable than something like Walnut or Hickory herringbone flooring. Also, since narrower and shorter boards tend to be less costly, a 2 1/4 x 18 herringbone size will generally cost less than a larger format herringbone like a 4 x 20 or even an 8 x 48 herringbone.


Unfinished Solid Herringbone Flooring

Unfinished Solid Herringbone Flooring

Unfinished Engineered Herringbone Flooring

Unfinished Engineered Herringbone Flooring

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