Carbonised Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring throughout an open plan Kitchen and Dining area

Carbonised Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring throughout an open plan Kitchen and Dining area

This entry was posted on September 15, 2021 by sam elliott

One of our customers has transformed their kitchen and dining area using our bamboo flooring to finish the look of the room. They have used carbonised parquet block bamboo flooring, which is made from strand woven bamboo.  This is perfect for a busy kitchen area as it is hard wearing and durable.

We love the contrast between the navy kitchen cabinets, the fresh white walls and our carbonised bamboo flooring.  The herringbone style of the floor really adds an element of uniqueness and helps the whole area to flow together. Our parquet block bamboo flooring can be laid in a variety of different patterns, but herringbone is the most popular and looks great in this room.



What is carbonised parquet block?

Carbonised parquet block is a type of bamboo flooring that has been made into a small blocks so that it can be installed to create beautiful geometric patterns.  The floor is made from strand woven bamboo and has been carbonised to give it a rich brown colour.  Carbonising the floor is a process where the raw bamboo strands are smoked, which darkens the natural colour.  This gives the rich brown colour throughout the whole floor, rather than just staining the top surface.


What is strand woven bamboo flooring?

Strand woven bamboo flooring refers to the way in which the flooring has been made.  Strands of raw bamboo are dried and compressed together to form the blocks of flooring. This method of construction makes the bamboo extremely durable and hard wearing, over twice as hard as Oak.  So, this makes it ideal for any busy areas like kitchens, living spaces and hallways. Furthermore, you will find a varied grain pattern, which looks natural and characteristic. Finally, the flooring is easy to look after and keep clean.  Check out our cleaning and maintenance tips.

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