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Herringbone LVT flooring often falls under the Parquet LVT flooring category and has been a popular choice of flooring design for many properties since the 1600s.

Parquet Vinyl Flooring is a flooring type that uses a variety of timeless classic rhythmic patterns. Luvanto’s herringbone vinyl flooring weaves itself through your room to create a nostalgic, elegant atmosphere.

Our parquet LVT flooring range is inspired by the real wood effect. Each individual piece of the herringbone luxury vinyl tiles is designed to look and feel just like the real thing, complete with vinyl’s slip-resistant and water-resistant features.

With the right training, it is fairly easy to install, requires low maintenance and its durability makes it a long-lasting, highly desirable and suitable flooring option for many different rooms in the home.






We’ve created our Luvanto LVT Herringbone flooring with a full range of colours, designs and sizes in mind from our most popular ranges. From traditional to contemporary, there are plenty of great herringbone vinyl tile options. We offer free samples – request from us today.

The Herringbone Collection is available in Luvanto Design and Click.

Why not use our 3D Room Viewer and see which colours, sizes and patterns of luxury vinyl would suit your home?

LVT Parquet Installation Options & Available Sizes

Design Herringbone (adhered)

Traditional Herringbone: 76.2mm x 304.8mm x 2.5mm 2.32m2 / 100 pieces per pack

Contemporary Herringbone: 107mm x 534mm x 2.5mm 2.28m2 / 40 pieces per pack

Click Herringbone (free-floating)

Click Herringbone: 149mm x 596mm x 4mm 2.13m2 / 24 pieces per pack

Take a look at our Herringbone Collection gallery, choose your favourite vinyl pattern and order a free colour representative sample of our Design or Click options.

Parquet vinyl flooring and herringbone vinyl flooring are sometimes used interchangeably. The truth is that herringbone vinyl flooring is a subcategory of Parquet LVT Flooring. LVT Parquet flooring consists of a wide range of patterns similar to classic herringbone.

For more information on what LVT itself is made of, and its many benefits, Luvanto has put together the perfect guide on what is LVT Flooring.

LVT Parquet flooring is usually restricted to the popular style of herringbone and chevron in LVT, but it sometimes includes square, rectangle, triangle, lozenge, and hexagon.

Luvanto Design Herringbone LVT Flooring and Luvanto Click Herringbone LVT Flooring are both LVT parquet flooring options that are laid in herringbone patterns. The difference between them comes in their installation method, as well as the benefits both give to the user.

Luvanto Design Herringbone Vinyl Tiles – This refers to our glue-down option. This means that each tile is glued down directly to the subfloor using a flooring adhesive. This method is good for those looking for a stable flooring option. Professional installers will ensure that the subfloor is properly prepared to provide the level surface required to lay the flooring.

Luvanto Click Herringbone Vinyl Tiles – Luvanto Click Herringbone LVT differs in that it uses a system named “Click-Lock”. Basically, there are connecting grooved joints that allow all sides of the tile to click together like a jigsaw puzzle. This is a floating floor-style installation, as it sits above the subfloor as opposed to being directly glued to it. 

We always recommend that our LVT parquet flooring be installed by trained and experienced fitters.

They are both compatible with underfloor heating. Luvanto has put together a guide for those interested in learning more about the differences between design and click LVT.

There are two parts to this question to dissect, which are:

What rooms are luxury vinyl flooring good for? – Herringbone LVT has a wide range of benefits that make it suitable for just about any room. For example, it is highly water-resistant and provides slip resistance to R10 industry standards.

What rooms are suitable for Herringbone LVT flooring patterns? – The best areas for this type of pattern are entirely down to taste and preference. That being said, we have seen that many people opt to have this LVT flooring laid in kitchens, bedrooms, foyers, hallways and entryways, and in both classically themed as well as modern living areas to create contemporary spaces. We have also seen this arrangement within home offices, too.