12 in. Parquet Flooring from Armstrong Flooring
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12 in. Parquet Hardwood

Parquet flooring is easily recognized for its arranged geometric patterns, and is historically known for its upscale appearance.

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 Parquet Flooring Returns To Favor

Tawny Spice oak parquet flooring – 151170

Parquet is back. With its striking tonal patterns and contrasting visuals, parquet flooring is a classic. This style floor has a long history – dating back nearly three centuries. Tour a European mansion or chateau, and you’ll likely find yourself walking on high-end parquet squares. But parquet floors also fit with today's home styles - from traditional to contemporary

 Customer Review

Just what I wanted – gorgeous, classic floor in my DR and in the entry.

Most of my townhome is furnished with classic pieces and furnishings from the 1960's (Eames, Wassilly, Dansk cookware and dinnerware), all of which is now set off by the Oak Parquet flooring in the Dining area and in the entryway. It is the perfect complement and gives off an aura of the quality we used to enjoy 50+ years ago.

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Parquet flooring review – 151170

 The Look Of Parquet Floors

"Parquet" refers to any detailed woodblock floor pattern. These floors are made with short pieces of hardwood that are arranged in a decorative pattern to create a mosaic effect. Popular parquet designs include basket-weave, brickwork and lozenge shapes. Updated herringbone and chevron patterns are also finding their way into homes, as homeowners seek new ways to express their personal style

 Parquet Floors Install Like Tile

Because of their tile configuration, parquet floors are among the easiest hardwood floors to install. We recommend downloading our installation guide or consulting a professional before you begin.

Parquet Flooring Installation

 Caring For Your Parquet Floor

Parquet floors are easily cleaned using a soft broom and occasional mopping with approved hardwood cleaners. Pets should have short, clipped nails to avoid scratching. The diverse patterning and visual variations allow parquet flooring to maintain its original beauty and luster for many years.