Herringbone and chevron patterns remain firmly fashion-forward, but you can go a step or so further with help from Havwoods; take a closer look at the options.
Budget plays a major part in every scheme, but the schedule and scale of the project will also dictate just how long you can afford to allocate to flooring and/or cladding installation. If you have the time to lay intricate patterns on site, then let us help to fire your imagination.
Inspired by the intricate floors of Italy, our rather prosaically named Italian Collection features smaller planks, herringbone and chevron blocks which are no thicker than 11mm, making them ideal for laying in patterns with tiles of ceramic, porcelain, glass or even rubber.
Alternatively, you could opt for an oversized block, 120x600mm, for a contemporary look, then go further and mix it up by using more than one shade: imagine the drama of Nile and Medio or Fresco and Sarum, for example; or create patterns with our engineered reclaimed blocks and matching planks – there’s a great chevron reclaimed from Indonesian fishing boats which still bears the beautifully faded remains of their original paintwork.
If time on site is at a premium, Havwoods can offer a couple of labour-saving alternatives. Firstly, straight out of the box, is the ‘chevron in a strip’: a 300mm wide plank from Kahrs with matching frame boards, available in four fashion shades with a matt oiled finish.
But if you want something totally unique and can’t afford to have your site disrupted for days on end, the Havwoods Bespoke service provides the ultimate solution. Produced at the mill to your exact design and specification, and supplied as a fully finished engineered panel, our Bespoke service has provided flooring for everything from large multiple-residence applications to retail establishments.