French Marie Antoinette Panel 
Solid Parquetry Flooring

Our Marie Antoinette Parquetry Panels take after the name of the wife of Louis XIV – the king of France in the 17th century. The parquetry was first developed for the Palace of Versailles and was patented. Marie Antoinette is a classic parquetry pattern and stands the test of time remarkably. This panel is perfect for all of those looking for a traditional and a timeless look for their space.

Marie Antoinette Parquet is cut from European Oak, precisely milled and individually assembled to create a stunning and long-lasting parquetry panel. The panel is made up of several block designs that work in harmony to create an astonishing effect in your home. Through it’s grand proportions, this parquetry panel is perfect for larger spaces.

Provincial Floors offers a Comprehensive Marie Antoinette Parquetry Package. This includes the supply of your Marie Antoinette Parquetry, as well as the installation directly over a concrete slab or plywood or chipboard subfloors. Subsequently, our professional sanders and polishers will finish your parquetry to perfection with any of our coating systems - this includes custom staining.

Marie Antoinette French Parquetry Panels often work superbly with circumnavigating border designs. Border designs can be used to define the spaces in your homes and create transitions between different areas. In your showroom visit, our team will illustrate the different border designs that are available and how they can be incorporated into your space.

Solid European Oak

French Marie Antoinette Panels are cut and assembled from only the finest European Oak. This ensures a floor full of character and charm.

Contact us about French Marie Antoinette Panels

Contact our Office on 1300 551 907 to learn more about French Marie Antoinette Parquetry and how it can be incorporated throughout your space. Comprehensively supplied, installed and sanded and polished by Provincial Floors.

Examples of French Marie Antoinette Paneled Parquetry

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