Herringbone is a very popular pattern, and is found not only on flooring but on many design products. It got its name from its resemblance to the pattern of bones of a herring, and is very similar to the chevron pattern. Many people ask what the difference is between herringbone and chevron. The answer is that herringbone consists of rectangles, while chevron boards are cut at an angle. Herringbone works anywhere in the home, however many people prefer to install this type of flooring in larger rooms. While each plank may be relatively wide, the imprinted pattern does look remarkably like individual blocks, which are short and narrow. While it’s very difficult to tell the two apart, short, narrow blocks help to add warmth and cosiness to larger spaces in the home.
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