Mosaic parquet

Sometimes Mosaic Parquets were common only in exclusively houses of high class of French. Nowadays this decorative floor is standard in many places: home and business. Mosaic parquet is made up of small staves which can be laid in various patterns. We offer you wide variety of already completed Mosaic Parquet floors patterns including: squares, herringbone, parallel, the end grain and industrial parquet (mosaics slats laid on edge).

The classification of our Mosaic Parquets:

- for beech, birch and ash:

Prima: almost unitary wood colouring, without any discolorations, sapwood and knots;
Standard: natural discolorations, allowed little (to grace:-)) knots, without sapwood;
Rustic: natural discolorations, accented differential and natural structure of grain;

- for oak:

Prima: unitary wood colouring, without any discolorations, sapwood and knots;
Standard: natural discolorations, allowed “tongue” of sapwood (which makes a view of bright floor), accented wood structure, without knots;
Rustic: natural discolorations, knots, accented differential and natural structure of grain, no sapwood;