Cube association, striking and yet harmonious
With the cube bond (formerly also panel bond), individual parquet strips are combined in squares, which alternate in the laying direction. Since the resulting pattern is reminiscent of a chessboard, so will it Checkerboard pattern called. Similar to the herringbone pattern, this laying pattern is also an eye-catcher and relatively conspicuous. Nevertheless, it can have a harmonious effect in both smaller and larger rooms.
The cube bond can only be laid with hard parquet and here, too, the laying is relatively complex compared to, for example, the wild or English bond. However, the advantage of the alternating laying direction of the individual bars is that you do not have to worry about the laying direction.