All about Carlisle Herringbone hardwood floors
In a herringbone hardwood floor, the floorboards are laid out in a zigzag fashion, with each board meeting the next board at a right angle to form a visually appealing geometric pattern. Adding a herringbone hardwood floor to a room immediately elevates the design aesthetic and brings a greater sense of luxury to any interior.
A Carlisle herringbone hardwood floor provides you with a wide range of ways to customize your floor for your space, budget and lifestyle.
Our herringbone pattern wood floors can be manufactured from a range of hardwoods – from Ash, Birch, Hickory and Maple to Walnut, Cherry and Red and White Oak. We also offer three species of pine floors and options for reclaimed flooring for a truly unique herringbone pattern wood floor.
With Carlisle, you can choose to finish your herringbone floor with a product that preserves the natural color of the wood, or with an endless variety of stain color applications that can support any interior design. Our custom color matching system makes it easy to produce a stain in the exact hue you’re looking for based on a swatch of paint, a piece of fabric or a bit of tile.
We offer two collections of engineered floors with herringbone patterns. Our Studio Herringbone Collection and Manhattan Herringbone Collection both feature White Oak herringbone floor options in a range of colors. Our engineered floors are made with a thick veneer of solid hardwood that’s glued to multiple layers of a backing material to produce a floorboard that’s more stable when installed on concrete, over radiant heat, below grade or in other locations where temperature and relative humidity may change frequently.
Our prefinished flooring options are also a great idea for floors with a herringbone flooring pattern. Carlisle prefinished floors are manufactured in the ideal conditions of our custom shop, where our craftsmen can cut, sand, stain and seal your floor before shipping it to you for installation. A prefinished herringbone hardwood floor helps to accelerate the installation process and lets you skip the messy and inconvenient experience of finishing a floor in your home.