Modular One herringbone flooring by Parador


Dezeen Showroom: German brand Parador has introduced a herringbone variation of Modular One, its eco-focused vinyl flooring.

Parador’s Modular One is PVC-free, plasticiser-free and durable, and is made with over 90 per cent renewable raw materials, according to the brand.

Modular One herringbone flooring by Parador
Parador’s Modular One vinyl flooring comes in a herringbone style

It released the herringbone variation in response to renewed interest in the traditional laying pattern, which Parador says is not being offered by any other PVC-free design flooring manufacturers.

The brand describes the flooring style as “classic and modern at the same time” and as having an “elegant and timeless” aesthetic.

Modular One herringbone flooring by Parador
There is a choice of six colours, including Oak Artemis coffee brown

“Herringbone not only looks great in older buildings, but also creates a tasteful effect in modern rooms,” said Parador.

The Modular One herringbone range is being offered in six colours ranging from white to natural wood hues to coffee brown, and features a surface texture reminiscent of wood grain. It is made with Parador’s Allround Click system for easy installation.


Product details:

Product: Modular One herringbone
Brand: Parador
Contact: [email protected]

Material: polypropylene surface, wood-based special core board, cork acoustic backing
Colours/finishes: Oak Atmosphere natural, Larch Apollo white, Oak Artemis coffee brown, Oak Artemis pearl, Oak Artemis natural, Oak Artemis caramel brown
Dimensions: 840 x 140 x 9 millimetres

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