Mansion weave dates back to 17th Century France, and takes its name from where it originates which is in palaces and other grand homes (i.e. mansions) along with the fact that it looks like the traditional weave pattern used in textile production. A Mansion Weave is often chosen only for a more prominent area in the home to give a luxury feel, alongside boards in the same colour for the rest of the house. It’s arguably a more sophisticated pattern than herringbone and chevron, as the grain runs in three different directions.
OAK MANSION WEAVE DIMENSIONS
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