Parquet floors


Les raboteurs – 1875 – Gustave Caillebotte

The first “wood floors” appeared in the Renaissance.Their lightweight design well suited to upper floors.

Among nobles appeared boards and panels in solid wood. This approach soils pleased to Kings for its originality and comfort (in the cabinets of Louis XVI, sophistication pushed to the inlay of precious materials). But long-term fragility of the soils did prefer oak floors.

In bourgeois homes, we asked the assembled flooring tongue and groove raised in English (boards of different lengths). Perigord Parquet offers a variety of flooring that customizes your homes and give them the nobility of these architectural traditions.