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The choice of a parquet depends of course on our personal tastes but it is good to know that the layout plays a very important role. The layout for the parquet designates the way in which the slats are arranged with each other. And depending on whether the parquet is in "point of Hungary" or "with broken sticks", it will have a visual influence on the volumes of a room. We can distinguish two types of layout for parquet: traditional or contemporary. - In traditional notebooks, one will find in particular the "point of Hungary" and the parquet with broken sticks. The first is a parquet whose boards are cut at the end at an angle of 45 to 60 ° with the plinths and arranged in parallel; in the second, the boards are laid perpendicular to each other. Classic in apartments and old houses, these two arrangements have the advantage of visually enlarging a room while playing lengthwise. The parquet floors "Marquetry", "Versailles" or "Basketry", also traditional, come in the form of large tiles like tiling: they are more voluntarily reserved for large rooms to benefit from the architectural effect of the motif. - As for contemporary layouts, there are parquet floors with parallel slats : in the French style (or with lost joints), the blades are of different lengths and widths; English style, they are the same width but different lengths. Placed parallel to the walls, these two types of parquet enlarge a room. We also quite often find checkerboard or mosaic parquet: these are squares laid like tiling. Be careful, this type of parquet tends to crush a room. But with the choice of patterns offered, honestly, we will find parquet at its foot! > More info on www.emoisetbois.com