Parquet Floors Edinubrgh, Stafford street in chevron pattern supplied and fitted
Stafford Street is located in the New Town area of Edinburgh, which is known for its Georgian architecture and was built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The street runs parallel to George Street, one of Edinburgh's main shopping and dining areas.
Stafford Street is primarily a residential street, with many townhouses and apartments. The street is relatively quiet compared to some of the busier areas of Edinburgh, but it is still within walking distance of many of the city's attractions, including Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh Castle, and the Royal Mile.
Chevron pattern parquet floors is a popular choice for Georgian architecture buildings for several reasons.
Firstly, Georgian architecture is characterized by symmetrical and classical designs, with a focus on proportion and balance. Chevron parquet flooring, with its distinctive V-shape pattern, can help to reinforce this sense of symmetry and balance, and can complement the overall aesthetic of the building.
Secondly, parquet flooring was a common feature in many Georgian buildings, and was often used to create a sense of luxury and elegance. Chevron parquet flooring, with its intricate design and high-quality finish, can help to maintain this sense of luxury and elegance, and can add value to the building.
European Oak over birch water proofed plywood base
12mm ply base + 4mm oak top layer, total thickness 16mm. Width 120mm and length 600mm
PRODUCT NAME " SILVER GREY" chevron parquet floors