On this page we present to you a collection of 37 parquet flooring patterns that have been found on the pages of various old books and magazines.

Most of them belong to rather simple repeating geometric patterns, and most of them also require timber contrasting in color and grain, i.e., multiple types of wood need to be combined to bring out the beauty of the pattern.

 

Parquet patterns
Available file formats

If you like these flooring patterns, you can download it in 2D CAD (.dwg) or vector (.eps and .svg) file formats.

 

Parquet is a type of decorative flooring and basically represents a geometric mosaic made of wood pieces. There are many parquet patterns and their complexity goes from prosaic geometric designs to real masterpieces that you can see in European palaces like the Hermitage, Versailles and the like. Purchasing and installing parquet flooring may be a very expensive, time consuming and demanding flooring variant, and this is the reason why craftsmen often avoid doing complex parquet flooring patterns. Keep in mind the basic rule: the more complex the laying pattern, the higher the price you will have to pay! On the other hand, if you have basic woodworking machines, and you like to get stuff done in the house, you could make a real work of art from your flooring!

There is a large number of Internet tutorials on parquet installation, and we recommend that you study them first in case you have no experience. It should be noted that these parquet flooring patterns should be used as ideas only. There are parquet wood pieces of different sizes so we were not able to take them into consideration when drawing patterns. Before you choose a parquet pattern you like, make sure to check which dimensions of pieces are available on the market to fit the chosen pattern, and then start planning the flooring installation process. You can also customize the pattern to different dimensions of the parquet pieces.

 

Download DWG 2D CAD file format
Download EPS vector file format
Download SVG vector file format

Submitted by Ceh Jan