Mosaic Parquetry

Mosaic Parquetry

Mosaic Parquetry

Mosaic Parquetry

Mosaic Parquetry, though known for its classical look, can be easily adapted to create a contemporary look as well. The design configurations are truly endless.

Arranging small “fingers” of timber in tiles, then changing the direction of these rows at consistent intervals, creates Mosaic Parquetry.

The overall effect turns the floor into a unique feature, which gives your project, a truly one-of-a-kind appeal.

Mosaic Parquetry Features & Benefits

Features and benefits of a mosaic Parquetry floor:

  • Adaptable – can be used for contemporary treatments as well as in classical projects.
  • Available in a variety of designs.
  • Classic 6 finger design.
  • 5 & 7 finger available on request.
  • It reduces maintenance costs – easy to fix issues as only the offending block needs to be replaced.
  • Is complemented by the use of many different coloured stains.
 

Our Patterns

Parquetry can be laid in a variety of styles designed to compliment the structure of your project. Choose from classical time tested designs or choose a more contemporary look. Each design can be modified to suit projects specific requirements. If an off the shelf design does not reflect the true character of your project, let our bespoke design service assist you in creating a floor which is truly unique! 

Some of our most enduring designs are shown below.

 

Blackbutt Timber

 

NSW Spotted Gum

 

Tallowwood

 

Jarrah

square on square pattern

square on square

brickbond pattern

brickbond

basketweave pattern

basketweave

gothic pattern

gothic

herringbone pattern

herringbone

parallel pattern

parallel

haddon hall pattern

haddon hall

Species

Blackbutt timber
Blackbutt Timber
A universally popular timber! Uniform blonde, straight grain.
Sydney Blue Gum
Sydney Blue Gum
Straight grain with light to deep red-brownish colour variations.
Tallowwood
Tallowwood
Extremely durable prestigious timber with a somewhat wavy grain & beautiful middle honey brown colours.
NSW Spotted Gum
New South Wales Spotted Gum
Unrivalled for its unique appearance, the colour varies from pale straw to chocolate.
Jarrah
Jarrah
Deep reds, which can soften over time to burgundy. Grain is even and interlocking.
Tasmanian Oak
Tasmanian Oak
Pale light creams and straight grain. Perfect for staining.
European Oak
European Oak
Popular timber with character rich figure. Light in colour and popular for staining.
Brushbox
Brushbox
Sought after for its unique aesthetic qualities. Texture is fine and even, wavy grain and beautiful, rich colour.