The new, trendy shape in Woodchoice wood-effect stoneware is called Chevron
The chevron herringbone pattern, also known as “Point de Hongrie”, has recently made a strong comeback.
It has a long history: used in French Renaissance parquet floors, it also features in the saloons of the Palace of Versailles, and became very fashionable in private residences in Haussmann’s 19th Century Paris. In the chevron tile, the short sides of the rectangular blocks are cut at a 45° angleto facilitate creation of the herringbone patterntraditionally used for parquet but now also very popular for ceramic floorings.
Woodchoice offers a splendid reworking of the chevron in wood-effect stoneware, in the small size of 11 x 54, available in 5 different colours, all of them very trendy: Coconut, Milk, Salt, Sugar and Tea.
Perfect in classical, elegant design schemes, the Chevron size is also excellent for contemporaryinteriors in Scandinavianor industrial chic style. The various installation patterns are also ideal for adding variety to sophisticated, original interiors, where the flooring is a key design item.