What is the difference between a herringbone and chevron patterned wood floor?
A chevron pattern has a straight seam between the two halves of the pattern, with each plank terminating at a point. A herringbone pattern is made from square end planks which alternate, leaving a perpendicular zig-zag pattern at the ends.
What is a Herringbone floor pattern?
It's easy to confuse a chevron pattern with a herringbone pattern, but the easy way to tell the different is:
Chevron pattern has points
Herringbone has square ends
Image: Herringbone interior floor with straight board border
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