Oak chevron floors

The Hungarian dot pattern ensures peace in your interior. Moreover, a Hungarian point floor is timeless, making it suitable for both a modern and a classic interior.

Hungarian point floors 45 or 60 degrees

Depending on your wishes, you can have the floorboards laid at an angle of 45 or 60 degrees.

An angle of 45 degrees creates a sharper angle in the laying pattern.

If the floorboards are laid at an angle of 60 degrees, the Hungarian point floor looks calmer and tighter.

Oak Hungarian point floor in the living room

Hungarian point laid at an angle of 45 degrees

Hungarian point floors made of sustainable oak

All Chevron floors van Uipkes are made from sustainable European oak. Oak offers several advantages:

  • Oak wood has a timeless character
  • The wood is strong and can therefore take a beating
  • Oak can be finished in many ways, making it suitable for almost all interior styles
  • An oak floor can be combined with underfloor heating without any problems

Variants on the Hungarian point pattern

It is possible to give a twist to the Hungarian dot pattern. For example with the Hungarian point alternatim or the Klezorenband. Uipkes parquet installers have years of experience in laying the traditional Hungarian point pattern and its variations.

Hungarian point single


Hungarian point alternatim double

Alternative double



90 exclusive floor colours

At Uipkes we have developed 90 exclusive floor colours, so that a matching color is available for every interior.

If the color you want is not listed, we can make a custom color especially for you.

If the color of your floor is no longer to your liking in the future, we can sand the floor for you and finish it in a different colour. A Hungarian pointed floor from Uipkes can therefore change with your taste.

Overview colors Uipkes Wooden Floors
Hungarian point floor made of oak, in the color Edel White

Hungarian point parquet and underfloor heating

Our Hungarian point floors are made of oak parquet. This is a layered floor in which the floor parts are made of cross-glued waterproof birch plywood with a top layer of solid oak.

The underlay of the parquet flooring ensures that the floorboards hardly shrink or expand when temperature differences occur. This makes oak parquet flooring good to combine with underfloor heating. It is even possible to lay the wooden floor tightly against the wall without skirting boards.

Install underfloor heating

If you buy a wooden floor from us, we offer you the option of also installing underfloor heating. This way you only have one point of contact for your project.

Get inspired

Visit our showrooms in Naarden, Amsterdam or Alphen aan den Rijn and get inspiration for your oak Hungarian point floor. Want to get some inspiration at home first? Then request our free inspiration magazine. 

What is an oak Hungarian point floor?

An oak Hungarian point floor is a type of wooden floor where the planks are laid in a specific pattern, namely at an angle of 45 or 60 degrees. This creates a calm and timeless effect that fits both modern and classic interiors.

Are there different variants of the Hungarian dot pattern?

Yes, in addition to the traditional Hungarian point pattern, there are also variants such as the Hungarian point alternatim and the Klezorenverband.

Is a Hungarian point floor suitable for underfloor heating?

Yes, Uipkes' Hungarian point floors are made of oak parquet. This type of floor hardly shrinks or expands with temperature differences, making it easy to combine with underfloor heating.

In which colors is an oak Hungarian point floor available?

Uipkes has developed 90 exclusive floor colours. If the desired color is not included, a custom color can be specially made.

What determines the angle of the Hungarian point in my floor?

Depending on your wishes, you can have the floorboards laid at an angle of 45 or 60 degrees. An angle of 45 degrees creates a sharper angle in the laying pattern, while an angle of 60 degrees makes the Hungarian point floor calmer and tighter. A 45-degree angle is generally recommended in small or narrow spaces so that the pattern is more visible.

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