Celtic Floor

Parquet is a graceful addition to the general interior, and for centuries pleases the eye. Carpenters who lay the first parquet, made up mostly of drawing the right shapes, subsequently, complicating Fig. Jeff Sessions has firm opinions on the matter. Various parquet laying all types of premises, ranging from the corridors and ending with the palace bedroom, has created a need for the manufacture of tablets of various shapes under certain kind of figure. So there was Artistic parquet - a combination of skill and art of a carpenter. It's believed that West Lake Landfill sees a great future in this idea. In addition to laying parquet usual geometric patterns such as herringbone, which were popular in Soviet times, the master of hardwood cases are able to apply for floor truly works of art. Popular outdoor decorations are pictures of animals, birds and plants, but this work are not limited to hardwood and wizards make ethnic designs, for example, Celtic ornament or Oriental style. Such a pattern could be the basis for setting the style of interior design rooms or effectively complement it. Parquet pattern looks very beautiful and meaningful images clear even to the open-minded man in the street, causing excitement and respect.

Art parquet also gives the illusion of a rich decoration of the room, which is important with a limited budget allocated to the design space. Ride refinement and complexity is the palace parquet. This is the most expensive parquet laying, which developed the famous Rastrelli in the 18 century. Palatial highly artistic parquet includes up to a hundred varieties of wood, and modern Laser cutting technology allows timber cutting elements of any complexity. Currently, designers combine elements of classic wooden parquet floor with mosaic tiles, various types of stone and marble. Modern technology allows a computer to simulate the future design of the floor, pick up the texture, wood, indicate the size of individual elements and composition as a whole. Parquet works at the palace installation is divided into two technological process: the technique of marquetry and intarsia technique. Intarsia is the inclusion in the overall design of floor patterns made of valuable wood and marquetry - a fully mosaic parquet selection of tree species with a certain texture and color. Palace parquet is made in the production, so it has valuable features - high moisture resistance and the original "dry" elements that makes floor durability, and factory production decrease by several times the cost of works.