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Parador expands its selection of Herringbone flooring

OLD love rediscovered: for some years now, classic herringbone flooring has been celebrating an unexpected and yet well-deserved comeback. After all, this traditional laying pattern impresses with its high level of aesthetics and elegance, making it suitable for numerous interior design styles. PARADOR is taking this development into account: the Coesfeld-based flooring manufacturer will also be presenting herringbone variations for vinyl and Modular ONE for the first time in its 2024 product innovations.

Classic and modern at the same time – thanks to its elegant and timeless laying pattern, the herringbone pattern has reclaimed its place in contemporary floor design. Herringbone not only looks great in older buildings, but also creates a tasteful effect in modern rooms, says Parsdor.

It adds: ‘Parador integrated this trend into its product portfolio years ago and now offers flooring for herringbone installation in its engineered wood and laminate flooring ranges.‘

In spring 2024, Parador is said to expand its selection of herringbone flooring for engineered wood and laminate flooring with what is described by the company as further contemporary decors. In addition, the Coesfeld-based brand manufacturer will also be offering herringbone planks in the vinyl and Modular ONE product categories for the first time: ‘We’ll therefore be the only supplier to show a PVC-free design floor as a herringbone variant,’ emphasises Christoph Wellekötter, head of product management at Parador.

Modular ONE herringbone will be available in six multi-faceted oak decors: from the very light colour, ‘light grey’ to warm nuances such as ‘natural’ and ‘beige’ to the elegant dark colour ‘smoked’. Thanks to the tried-and-tested Allround Click system, which is already used in the laminate range, installation is said to be easy as no left or right-hand strips are required.

With the new Trendtime 3 product line, Parador is also adding a herringbone version to its vinyl range. The feature, Trendtime 3 will be available as vinyl with SPC core board and as vinyl for gluing down. Both product variants are characterised by their technical perfection: the robust surfaces have service class 33 and are therefore suitable for commercial properties. The bevel is said to be integrated into the wear layer, resulting in a discreet joint pattern emphasising the calm elegance of the herringbone installation. Here too, installation is easy for DIY enthusiasts, as both variants don’t require right and left strips.

The company concludes: ‘With eight different oak decors for the SPC version and five oak decors in the adhesive version, Parador is also emphasising its pioneering role in terms of design. There’s guaranteed to be the right nuance for every taste.’

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