Parquet Flooring Panels Herringbone Design made from Reclaimed, Re-milled, 100% Recycled Australian Hardwood
Created by Italian craftsmen for the King of France, his royal highness, King Francois I, Herringbone is renowned as one of the original parquetry patterns developed in Europe. In 1539, King Francois I, used this design on floors within the Chateau de Fontainebleau.
Herringbone parquet is a classic European pattern that is made from blocks and assembled on a right angle that creates the typical V shape.
Precision Parquet Flooring Panels made from Reclaimed Australian Hardwood of Nth Queensland Origin.
130mm Parquetry Flooring Panel Gladstone Pipeline Reds Herringbone
130mm wide floorboards – reclaimed, re-milled floorboards. 15mm thick with 3mm sandable surface
The Gladstone Pipeline in far North Queensland runs for nearly 500km from the Arcadia Valley to the distribution port of Gladstone. All along the route thousands of mature native trees were felled and milled into sleepers to hold the pipes during construction.
Rather than leave this precious resource to be burned or chipped when the job was complete, Earthwood re-mill this beautiful Australian hardwood into our Earthwood Gladstone Pipeline Reds engineered flooring.
Timber species reclaimed include Spotted Gum, Blackbutt, Red and Grey Ironbark, Brush Box, Red Gum, Rose Gum, messmate.