Herringbone wood flooring

29 September, 2015

Hi everyone

I am trying to find a good Herringbone floor supplier, around £40-50 per sqm, I am after a white oiled oak look, does anyone have any recommendations?


Comments (4)

  • PRO
    OʼFlynns Flooring & Joinery


    Most herringbone is sold unfinished,to which a white oil is applied after installation. This allows border work to be carried out.

    Pre-finished herringbone is available , but unless the installer is particularly gifted, borders are not usual.

    How many m2 do you require?

    Regards Ray

    O Flynns Flooring


  • kobemax1

    Hi there

    I need 31sqm, I don't want a border. This is the look I am going for.



  • PRO
    OʼFlynns Flooring & Joinery


    That pattern is called Chevron,it would have been laid in its raw state and finished on site[ most probably] Grade is rustic, knots allowed.

    Its probably a matt oil finish .I am note sure if I am allowed to put prices here so if you wish to email me on info@oflynnsflooring.ie we can discuss further.

    Each block measures approx 450 long x 140/150 wide

    It would be custom made for you so you may choose your own block size.

    Reagrds Ray

  • PRO
    Property Reviver Ltd

    I'm currently researching wood floors for a client. I came across this company that you might like to have a look at too. I haven't contacted them as yet so can't personally recommend. The Natural Wood Flooring Company

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