Geometric Pattern Flooring
Geometric Pattern Flooring
Geometric flooring is crafted using a variety of shapes to create patterns that are unique, eye-catching and beautiful. They can be created by individual shaped blocks, such as diamonds and squares, or by the patterns formed between the panels, such as the Parquet de Versailles format. Many of these floors are hand cut, with elements assembled by our handcrafting artisans.
Available in patterns including continuous Versailles, hexagonal pattern, parquet de Chantilly, chequerboard and more, a carefully curated geometric wood floor pattern is sure to make a long-lasting impact on your space. Available in solid wood and engineered options, Ted Todd and Woodworks have a portfolio of geometric pattern tones and textures to select from.
What is a geometric pattern?
Geometric floor patterns can involve anything from circles, squares, rectangles, hexagons and more. These geometric shapes are paired together and often combined by our artisans to develop a floor that is entirely unique.
Available in a range of tones and textures, these floors are versatile, interesting and enduring in their appeal – both in the commercial and residential world.
Often these patterns will have square shoulder edges to create a homogenous unit across your floor, but sharp micro bevel edges can also be utilised to create clean lines that are often associated with modern design.
Geometric pattern includes anything that is not plank, such as herringbone, chevron, Parquet de Versailles and more.
Differences between geometric flooring and chevron
Whilst chevron wood floors are simple in design, geometric flooring contains intricate patterns and panels with grain flowing across the boards in all directions, making an undeniable impact on any space.
Best rooms for geometric flooring
Large areas such as hotel lobbies, corridors, living spaces and other sizeable locations are ideal for geometric wood flooring, as they allow for more creative use of parquetry and benefit from the geometric pattern. The overall appearance of the floor is maximised as the patterns repeat.
That said, you can still make use of geometric flooring in smaller spaces, just be sure to consider whether the pattern will look equal and balanced. Herringbone and chevron for example can be deceptive and make smaller spaces feel large with multiple joints. In larger spaces, panels can draw a room together and make spaces feel more intricate and exciting.
Installing geometric wood flooring
Installing geometric wood flooring is extremely technical because of the intricate nature of the design. Therefore, we would only recommend that any geometric floor is installed by professional wood flooring fitters.
How to care for geometric pattern flooring
Like with any other real wood floor, caring and maintaining a geometric pattern floor depends on the finish used. Regardless, the process is easy. Check your product’s page for full details on each required Care System.
Ted Todd offers approved Care System cleaners that can be used without the worry of stripping the finish off the floor.