We’re not quite ready to overhaul the floors in our house, but it’s definitely a future upgrade. I can’t help myself from obsessing over herringbone wood floors. While I recognize that it’s become a bit trendy, the pattern is so classic, reminding me of old-world Paris. My love affair with herringbone actually began a decade ago when my parents gutted their house and laid herringbone stones in their entryway – ever since I’ve been smitten.
Currently, I’m dreaming about laying white oak herringbone throughout our living room, dining room and soon to be open concept kitchen, with standard white oak planks laid in the front hallway and continuing upstairs. That being said, there are a ton of factors at play, with cost being a huge driver. But, I can’t help dreaming about bringing these classically chic floors into my home.
First up is Emily Henderson’s new kitchen, which features the exact floors I’m pining for in our house.
This new build hallway by Cuisimano Architects is just amazing.
These floors give me all the feels, as seen in Domino Magazine.
The floors in Danielle Moss’s new kitchen is swoonworthy.
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