Hardwood floors in geometric patterns, tell the story of castles, classical mansions, galleries, and museums.

The Parquet floor dates back to the late 1600s and it was created by cutting small blocks of solid hardwood, usually of various colors and wood types, and then gluing them to a concrete floor in various geometric shapes to create a decorative pattern.

Parquet floors are now more popular than ever. The designs of a parquet floor add an artistic beauty to a hardwood floor. The most popular and common design is the herringbone pattern.

A big advantage of a Juncker parquet floor is that it is made of solid hardwood and is extremely durable and versatile