1. Both the walls and the floors of this Australian home are covered in a herringbone pattern.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Residential Attitudes.
2. The dark, rich wood herringbone floor creates warmth in this mostly-white home.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Metaform Architecture. Photography by Steve Troes fotodesign.
3. Dark wood was used on this floor, along with the other dark elements, to create a moody feel in this bedroom.
Apartment designed by TFAD Architects
4. This dark herringbone pattern was actually created using tiles designed to look like wood throughout these apartments.
Apartment designed by Chamberlain Architects. Photography by Derek Swalwell.
5. The natural look of the herringbone flooring in this kitchen fits with the rest of the light wood throughout.
House designed by Austin Design Associates. Photography by Derek Swalwell.
6. The dark wood herringbone floor in this apartment warms up the all white interior.
Inspiration from Mater Design.
7. This kitchen combines a light herringbone floor and an all concrete island for a natural look.
House designed by NAUT.interior
8. The wood herringbone in this apartment helps keep it both bright and cozy.
Apartment designed by Kia Designs.
9. The different types of wood used within this herringbone floor make the pattern even more unique.
Kitchen by Dana Benson Construction. Interior Design by Ross Cassidy. Photography by Bethany Nauert.
10. This herringbone design was created by using salvaged wood floors that were ripped out during the renovation.
See more photos of this home, here. Designed by Knob Modern Design. Photography by Jason Roehner.
11. The herringbone design in this home runs throughout the entirety of the house.
See more photos of this home, here. Work from home house by Tal Goldsmith Fish Design Studio. Photography by Amit Geron.
12. This studio/loft has light wood herringbone floors to warm up the black and white interior.
Interior Design and Styling by Annabell Kutucu. Photography by Claus Brechenmacher
13. The herringbone floor in this industrial style kitchen is made of faux wood tiles in various shades to make the space more dynamic.
Inspiration from Sydney Kitchens
14. This light wood flooring matches the cupboards perfectly.
Styling by Susanna Vento for Osmo Color. Photography by Juho Huttunen.
15. The floors in this cafe use the traditional herringbone pattern to create a contemporary look.
See more photos of this cafe, here. Designed by Fruit Design.
16. The herringbone wood floors and wood elements in the island keep this kitchen feeling natural and bright even with the all black cabinetry.
Apartment kitchen by Garde Hvalsoe. Flooring by Dinesen.
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