With the help of architects X+L Studio, Nynke Meeuwissen and Mark Aink rehabilitated an old school outside of Amsterdam into a comfortable roost for their family of five. The former gym—with original herringbone parquet floors—is now the living room, furnished with Minotti sofas, a Danskina rug, and a Gyrofocus wood-burning stove.
The living room at this London home has a herringbone-patterned brick floor that is partially covered by a carpet purchased in Istanbul. A sofa and Muuto sideboard anchor opposite sides of the space.
Reclaimed oak with a custom finish by LV Wood surrounds a staircase in a herringbone pattern at this renovated Brooklyn house. The new stairs are painted off black by Farrow & Ball, and the handrail that lines them is of salvaged mahogany.
A built-in bench by the window is a cozy perch at this English live/work home. The herringbone flooring is engineered oak.
A distinctive wooden pattern lines the walls, floors, and ceilings of this compact home in Tokyo designed by Mount Fuji Architects Studio. Here, oak boards are hammered one-by-one into a honey-colored herringbone pattern.
This New Zealand home's ceiling features a striking herringbone pattern, which is echoed by the terra-cotta tiles on the floor.