Mosaic parquet

Mosaic parquet

Small solid staves laid in one of four classic patterns, which all invest the room with a stylish, lasting look. A look that lasts for a very long time. Upon delivery, the high quality mosaic parquet has already been laid in English pattern, parallel pattern, cubic pattern or herringbone pattern and glued onto mesh. This makes fitting simple and effective.

Mosaic parquet

Types of pattern
English pattern / Parallel pattern / Cube pattern / Herringbone pattern
Types of wood
Maple / Ash / Oak / Jatoba / Smoked oak / Walnut
Grading
Living
Surface
Untreated
Profile
Sharp-edged without tongues/grooves
Sheet
Varies depending on pattern
Thickness
8 mm
Stave width
23 mm
Strip length
160 mm
FSC
Can be supplied on demand
Eurofins Air Comfort Gold
Oak, ash and jatoba
CE labelling
EN 14342

NB:The images of wood types are not grading images

Types of wood

Mosaic parquet comes untreated in the 6 following types of wood:maple, ash, oak, smoked oak, jatoba, walnut.

Maple

Ash

Oak

Jatoba

Smoked oak

Walnut

Grading

Wood is a wonderful natural material, so variation vis-à-vis descriptions and photos will always occur. Any samples show only dimension and texture and cannot show the grading. Variations will certainly occur between small samples and actual deliveries for large areas.

Exquisite
A consistently very uniform interplay of colour and the wood’s texture. But growth-related variations always occur. Free of knots and chips, ingrown bark, pith etc. Mirroring and brown core occur to a minimal extent depending on the type of wood.

Living
Vibrant and natural interplay of colour with consistent variations in the wood’s texture. Mirroring acceptable, brown core occurs, depending on the type of wood. In principle, free of chips, knots, ingrown bark, pith etc.

Country
A very vibrant appearance with all the natural colour variations in the wood’s texture. All types of knots, chips, brown core acceptable. Open knots, cracks may occur.

Types of pattern

Mosaic parquet comes in English, parallel, cube or herringbone pattern.

English pattern

Parallel pattern

Cube pattern

Herringbone pattern

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