Herringbone Flooring

Classic Laminate/SPC - Newly - Laid

Herringbone - Innovative Laying Technology

HERRINGBONE, the trend flooring with the innovative installation technology from KBS Floor&Decor bring you into a newly designed home. Thanks to HERRINGBONE in its characteristic herringbone look has found its way into the modern home .
A HERRINGBONE laminate floor will add depth and interest to your home. Combine the beauty of herringbone flooring with the practicality of a laminate floor and it’s easier and cost-effective too. Laminate flooring makes it possible to create a beautiful and durable herringbone floor for a fraction of the cost of solid wood.

KBS Herringbone Laminate Floor Specification

Size of Panel: 600 x 100 x 5mm (8mm and 12mm available)
Fit for use Grading: AC3 / AC4/ AC5 (Residential / Commercial Grade)
Average Board Density ranges from 830 to 1050 kg/m3
Thickness Swelling Test:
a. Standard Grade: Less than 12%
b. Water Resistant Grade: Less than 8%
c. Ultra Water Resistant Grade: Less than 4%
(EN Standard compliant)
Lifetime Guarantee Against Termites
Warranty: 25 years Heavy Domestic use / 5 years General Commercial use
  • Environmental

    KBS  Super  Extruded  Core  is 100%  fireproof.  Fire  rating  is A1  grade  which  is  comparable to  ceramic  tile/marble  flooring.

  • Safety

    Fireproof, waterproof, moistureproof, mildewproof. Absolutely outstanding performance for any occasion.
  • PUR

    Aluminium oxide wear layer and Diamond Core surface treatment provides excellent stain, scratching and abrasion 
  • Quiet-underfoot
    KBS Laminate Floor  features  an 
    attached  cork  underlayment that  softens  footfall  above  and 

Laminate Herringbone Plank

600x100mm   (Length:Width=6:1)

SPC/Vinyl Herringbone Plank

625x125mm   (Length:Width=5:1)

Herringbone Decor Collection

      Herrinbone-Herringbone laying patterns

      Herringbone-Basket weave laying patterns


You Can Visit KBS factory in China, Leading Flooring Manufactruer.
    Production Lines
    With more than 10 production lines, KBS factory has the ability to meet our customers' delivery requirements.
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Herringbone Flooring FAQ

  • What is herringbone flooring?
    Herringbone flooring is a type of hardwood flooring that features a distinctive zigzag pattern. The pattern is created by laying the hardwood planks in a series of alternating directions, with each plank positioned at a 45-degree angle to the one next to it. This creates a distinctive "V" or "W" shape in the flooring.
  • Is herringbone floor more expensive?
    In general, herringbone flooring is more expensive than traditional plank flooring because of the additional time, labor, and materials required to install it in the distinctive zigzag pattern.

    The cost of herringbone flooring can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the type of wood used, the finish, the installation method, and the location. Some of the factors that can affect the cost of herringbone flooring include:

    Wood species: Some hardwood species are more expensive than others. For example, exotic hardwoods such as Brazilian cherry or teak may be more expensive than domestic hardwoods like oak or maple.

    Finish: The type of finish used can also affect the cost of herringbone flooring. Some finishes, such as hand-scraped or wire-brushed finishes, may be more expensive than a standard smooth finish.

    Installation: The installation method can also affect the cost of herringbone flooring. Depending on the type of subfloor, underlayment, and adhesive used, the installation of herringbone flooring may require more time and labor than traditional plank flooring.
  • Is herringbone flooring outdated?

    In fact, herringbone flooring has been a popular flooring choice for centuries and continues to be popular in modern design. While some design trends come and go, herringbone flooring has remained a classic and timeless choice.

    Herringbone flooring can be found in a wide range of design styles, from traditional to modern. It can be used to create a warm and inviting atmosphere in a traditional home or to add a touch of sophistication to a modern space. Herringbone flooring can also be customized to fit a variety of design schemes by choosing different wood species, finishes, and colors.

    One of the reasons why herringbone flooring has remained popular over the years is because it is a durable and long-lasting flooring option. With proper care and maintenance, herringbone flooring can last for decades, making it a good investment for homeowners.

  • What are the pros and cons of herringbone flooring?
    Pros of Herringbone Flooring:

    Elegant and timeless: Herringbone flooring is a classic and elegant option that adds a touch of sophistication and warmth to any space.
    Customizable: Herringbone flooring is available in a variety of wood species, finishes, and colors, making it a versatile option that can be customized to fit a variety of design schemes.
    Durable: Herringbone flooring is a durable and long-lasting option that can withstand wear and tear and can last for decades with proper care and maintenance.
    Adds value: Herringbone flooring is a premium flooring option that can add value to a home and increase its resale value.

    Cons of Herringbone Flooring:

    Expensive: Herringbone flooring is more expensive than traditional plank flooring because of the additional time, labor, and materials required to install it in the distinctive zigzag pattern.
    Installation: The installation of herringbone flooring can be more difficult and time-consuming than traditional plank flooring, requiring a skilled installer and specialized tools.
    Maintenance: Herringbone flooring requires regular maintenance to keep it looking its best, including periodic resealing and polishing.
    Not ideal for DIY installation: Due to the complexity of the installation process, herringbone flooring is not a good choice for DIY installation unless you have experience with flooring installation.
  • Does herringbone make a room look bigger or smaller?
    The herringbone pattern itself does not necessarily make a room look bigger or smaller. However, the size of the planks and the direction in which they are laid can affect the perceived size of a room.

    If the herringbone planks are laid parallel to the longest wall in a room, it can create the illusion of a longer and more spacious room. On the other hand, if the planks are laid perpendicular to the longest wall, it can make the room feel more narrow and confined.

    In terms of the size of the planks, larger herringbone planks can make a room feel bigger because there are fewer seams and less visual clutter. Additionally, choosing lighter colors for the herringbone pattern can also make a room feel more spacious because lighter colors reflect more light and create a brighter and more open atmosphere.

    Overall, while the herringbone pattern itself does not inherently make a room look bigger or smaller, the direction and size of the planks, as well as the color and lighting choices, can all affect the perceived size of the room.


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