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Herringbone Pattern Floors Are Now at Your Fingertips

You've probably seen them in photos of stately old European buildings: scene-stealing floors, with the planks arranged in a distinctive 'V' shape. Perhaps you have wondered whether it would be possible to recreate the look in your own home. If so, you've come to the right place. There are, in fact, manufacturers who make wood flooring specifically designed to be laid in a herringbone or chevron pattern, so you don't have to cut anything (except at edges and corners, of course).
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