Monticello Panel
Solid Parquetry Flooring

Parquetry patterns are often named after the palaces and historical buildings that they were first installed in. Monticello Paneled Parquetry draws direct inspiration from Thomas Jefferson's home that was built in 1772 and named 'Monticello'. Monticello is a stunning parquetry pattern that is rarely seen in Melbourne. Provincial Floors manufactures Monticello Panels and offers Comprehensive Monticello Parquetry Packages

Provincial Floors sources solid American Oak timber dried at perfect moisture contents when beginning the manufacturing process. Blocks are precisely cut and assembled into the design to form one of the most luxurious parquetry panels on the market. American Oak is chosen for this panel as it has one of the most beautiful grain patterns in the world and readily accepts stains.

Comprehensive Monticello Parquetry Packages are comprised of the supply of high-end Monticello 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 Monticello Parquetry to perfection with any of our coating systems - this includes custom staining. Read about our different coatings here.

In most cases, Provincial Floors will install Monticello Parquetry with circumnavigating border designs. Our customers believe that Monticello Parquetry paired with well-executed border designs reaches the pinnacle of high-end parquetry flooring

Solid American Oak

Cut from the highest quality American Oak. A premium hardwood with renowned grain and staining qualities.

Monticello panels are hand-made by our team with love

Cut to precision and assembled by hand within our manufactory.

Contact us about our Monticello Panels

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


Examples of Monticello Parquetry Flooring

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