A seamless wood texture with ash arranged in a herringbone pattern. The image represents a physical area of 2548 x 1710 mm (100.3 x 67.3 inches) in total, with each individual board measuring approximately 900 x 120 mm. The joints are filled with mortar and are 1 mm (0 inches) in width.
Ash is a subspecies of timber used within architecture and construction. Due to its low cost, but poor natural protection, ash is typically used for internal application such as flooring, furniture, or wall paneling, and is rarely used for external cladding or faÃ§ades. Ash is typically supplied in a light-to-medium brown colour, while grain pattens can vary between straight and curved. Ash is often treated with staining or coatings to improve its durability, and hence can exhibit a wide variety of hues, tones, and finishes.
This texture is an example of a herringbone pattern. Named for its resemblance to the skeleton of the herring fish, this pattern is formed with a series of interlocking rectangles positioned perpendicular to each other. Its use in the built environment dates back to at least Roman times and remains popular in contemporary architecture for a range of applications including tiled surfaces and parquet flooring.
This image is seamless, meaning it can be tiled repeatedly for use in architectural drawings and 3D models. It can be used as a SketchUp texture, Revit material or imported into Photoshop for use in 2D illustrations. You can download a high resolution version of this texture and a matching bump map or CAD hatch (compatible with AutoCAD and Revit) using Architextures Create with a Pro Subscription.