Chevron Wood Flooring
Chevron Wood Flooring
Chevron wood flooring is a modern, geometric patterned flooring. Once laid, the blocks create a continuous ‘v’ shape, which is what makes chevron wood flooring so distinctive. This style is sometimes known as Hungarian Point due to the angled ends.
With Ted Todd’s range of tones, hues and colours, chevron wood floors can be worked seamlessly into any design to create the effect you desire, regardless of the complexity of your project. Our Chevron blocks are 85-90mm wide. If you would like to learn more about Chevron wood flooring, you can read our handy guide.
The different types of chevron wood flooring
The main difference from one chevron wood floor to the next is the angle at which you lay them. You can use a 35 or 45-degree angle, both of which create a classic French look with slight differences when covering the expanse of a room.
Chevron floors also have different dimensions. You can use short and skinny chevrons, which make small and narrow spaces appear larger to the eye as they repeat. Alternatively, you can experiment with longer chevrons which are an ideal choice for larger spaces that want to feel more intimate.
Chevron wood flooring is available in a variety of colours and textures, with different edge details punctuating each block. The best way to decide what characteristics you want your chevron floor to have is to consider the space you are trying to create.
If you are designing a traditional room, more textured woods with traditional hand rolled edges give an organic look that pays homage to flooring which has been used for centuries. Alternatively, if you are creating a contemporary space, smoother floors with sharp micro bevelled edges are an inspired choice, with sharp lines and subtle surfaces providing a modern feel.
What patterns does chevron flooring create?
Chevron oak flooring’s signature and versatile ‘V’ shape design can be used to create powerful aesthetics, making it one of the most-loved wood flooring formats to design with. In large spaces, chevron oak flooring can add impact in small rooms, effortlessly creating a feeling of spaciousness.
Combining a range of tones together, such as our FSC-certified urban Brooklyn European oak and our Furrow European oak chevron wood flooring, you can create unique patterned designs making your design a one-of-a-kind. Use subtle combinations of organic shades for a classic look or add a modern twist by selecting an mix of bright contemporary colours.
Chevron flooring can even be combined with planks to create a border between each diagonal. This is an interesting modern choice which is rarely seen, and lends itself particularly well to commercial spaces.
Rooms suitable for chevron wood flooring
This sophisticated style of flooring brings elegance to your home, office, or commercial premises.
We have seen our chevron floors be used in all manner of commercial and residential projects, due to the versatility of the design.
For inspirational solutions for chevron flooring, please visit our gallery.
The different finishes of chevron wood flooring
Ted Todd and Woodworks perfectly match every wood floor to a finish suitable for the environment they are designed for. Take the Urban collection for example – these wood floors are all finished using an intelligent Naked Skin Lacquer which penetrates deep into the skip sawn surface to offer maximum protection.
The finish applied to each of our chevron floors can be found in the specification section of the product page. You can also download spec sheets for future use.
For further detail about all of the finishes we apply and how they complement the wood, please read our finishes guide.
Installation and care
Chevron wood can be laid over concrete or solid panel subfloors and it is highly recommended for glue-down installation using Ted Todd MS Flex only. If you are looking to install your parquet floor on solid board subfloors, you will require 12mm or better underlay to be in place.
Most of our Ted Todd and Woodworks by Ted Todd floors are suitable for usage over underfloor heating but be sure to check the specifications before proceeding.
When purchasing chevron flooring you must consider how your design will influence the installation process. We highly recommend reading our guide on how to install your chevron wood floor.
Caring for your wood flooring couldn’t be easier, just refer to our Floor Care section for information.
Order your free samples
Our chevron wood floor free samples are available in a variety of colours, texture and finishes, meaning you can easily find the perfect match for your current project.
Pick your favourite three floors and we’ll get them shipped out as soon as possible. Once received, we’ll be in touch to assure that you’re happy with your order and supply any information you may need.