Parquet Tables [Herringbone + Anamorphic Pattern]


I've always loved parquet flooring since I was a child. For me it speaks to an lush a luxurious type of flooring, one that you can gleam involves a lot of time and craftsmanship. I began in 2012 with my first Parquet Table top, and have loved the effect, the possibilities are as endless as the patterns you can imagine, and can help draw the eye or create visual points of tension.

 

I named this table after M.C. Eschers 'relativity' for it's converging and diverging angles, much like the famous lithographic print.

Classic flooring pattern meets table top. Here's my herringbone bar table.