Major Flooring

Engineered Herringbone Wood Flooring Manufacturer

Major custom herringbone flooring is manufactured from engineered hardwood, using high-precision cutting machines to ensure the herringbone wood floor pattern is installed. It is very popular in residential, commercial, hotel flooring, we also provide manufacturing services to produce herringbone flooring in different sizes so that your product can meet the needs of herringbone pattern decoration of building interior floors.
1. By Different Wood Species
2. By Custom Size
3. By Custom Laying
4. By Installation Loss

By Herringbone engineered
wood floor Species

oak engineered wood flooring

Oak herringbone engineered flooring

Our oak origins come from Europe and Russia, white and grey herringbone oak wood flooring is widely used in home and business. Crafted from high-quality oak veneers, it offers the classic elegance of herringbone pattern with modern engineering.

Walnut herringbone engineered flooring

Walnut herringbone engineered flooring

Crafted from premium walnut veneers, it boasts rich hues and intricate grain patterns. Our flooring combines the classic herringbone design with engineered durability, providing superior stability, resilience, and easy installation.

teak engineered wood flooring

Teak herringbone engineered hardwood flooring

Teak herringbone engineered hardwood flooring exudes natural beauty with its golden-brown hues and classic herringbone design. Crafted from high-quality teak wood, it offers exceptional durability and resistance to moisture and wear.

Iroko herringbone engineered wood floor

Iroko herringbone engineered wood floor

Crafted from premium Iroko veneers, it radiates warmth and character with its rich color and unique grain patterns. Engineered for superior durability and stability, our flooring offers a timeless herringbone design that enhances any interior with style and sophistication.

Doussie engineered herringbone parquet flooring

Doussie engineered herringbone parquet flooring

Crafted from sustainable Doussie timber, it combines the beauty of hardwood with the durability of engineered construction, ensuring stability and resistance to moisture. Enhance your space with sophistication and eco-consciousness.

By laying herringbone engineered flooring

To lay 90-degree herringbone engineered wood flooring, begin by preparing the subfloor and marking a starting line perpendicular to the wall. Install the first row at a 45-degree angle to the line, then continue, interlocking each plank, staggering joints, and ensuring a tight fit for a professional finish.
Herringbone Pattern
laying patterns for herringbone engineered wood flooring

By engineered herringbone parquet flooring size

Elevate your space with our bespoke herringbone engineered wood flooring, tailored to your exact specifications.
With Major, you’re in control, choosing from a palette of premium hardwoods and customizing sizes to perfectly fit your unique design vision. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, our handcrafted herringbone floors add timeless elegance and sophistication to any interior.
Experience the epitome of luxury flooring with Major—where every plank tells a story of craftsmanship and refinement, making your space truly one-of-a-kind.
Herringbone Size Design

Installation loss of herringbone engineered wood flooring

To calculate the installation loss for herringbone laying with 90mm x 600mm floorboards in an area of 100 ft², we'll follow these steps:

Since you cannot have a fraction of a floorboard, you would typically round up to the nearest whole number. Therefore, you would need 173 floorboards to cover the area.
So, the estimated installation loss for laying herringbone-engineered wood flooring in an area of 100 ft² with 90mm x 600mm floorboards would be approximately 0.4645 square meters.


Ensure that the subfloor is level, clean, dry, and in good structural condition. Any imperfections should be addressed, and the subfloor should be properly leveled. Moisture barriers or underlayment may also be necessary, depending on the specific requirements of the flooring and the subfloor material.
While herringbone engineered wood flooring can be installed by DIY enthusiasts, it requires precision and attention to detail due to the intricate pattern. Professional installation is recommended for achieving the best results.
Regular sweeping or vacuuming with a soft-bristled brush attachment is recommended to remove dust and debris. Use a damp mop or cloth for deeper cleaning, avoiding excessive moisture. Additionally, consider using a recommended wood floor cleaner for routine maintenance.
Finish the edges of herringbone engineered wood flooring with baseboards or trim to cover expansion gaps and create a polished appearance. Be sure to leave space for expansion when attaching trim.
Depending on the thickness of the wear layer, herringbone engineered wood flooring can typically be refinished multiple times throughout its lifespan. However, it’s essential to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations and hire a professional refinisher to ensure proper care and maintenance.

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