SoJo Design
We all know that chevron print is in.
Hija Papaya
From our fashions to our throw pillows to our… floors!
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If you think of hardwoods as staid and boring, think again!
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This funky and fun herringbone pattern adds an unexpected element to a traditional design staple that looks amazing for years on end!
House and Home
A more understated color palette like on this floor leaves plenty of room for pattern and textures in the other elements of the room.
New England Home
A subtle chevron pattern completely eliminates the need for a rug and adds the perfect contrast in a room that could use a little wood. 
Tom Filicia
A bold chevron pattern painted on lighter hardwoods definitely gives a livelier look. But the neutral color scheme ensures the floors look great with any decor.

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The herringbone pattern in this hallway adds plenty of design to a space that could otherwise feel sparse. The use of complementary but different hardwoods in the adjoining rooms, like those available at Posh Flooring, proves that the floors don’t have to match to be fabulous!

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The shinier finish on these herringbone beauties is ideal for capturing the light from above. 
Tiek Built Homes
We’ve never thought of using flooring to tie together the colors in a design scheme, but, here, it works perfectly!  The lighter and darker shades all come together in the gorgeous hallway.
McGill Design Group
Hardwoods are our favorite kitchen flooring, but, if you have them, you know that they are not forgiving and can show even the smallest crumbs! Pattern is great for tricking the eye to thinking those tiny specks aren’t there — and keeping the sweeping down to once a day!
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