The Tartan is the typical checked pattern that characterizes the fabric used for the kilt, a symbol of the tradition of the Scottish Clan. Originally, in the eighteenth century Scotland, each clan had its own tartan color, for identification purposes. Each design consists of horizontal and vertical stripes in different colors, on a colored background (which in Italy is named precisely “Scottish”) is repeated with a well-defined pattern on all the cloth. The collection includes the variation in the color of natural wood with colored weaving, which crosses the pattern at regular intervals, white and dark brown. It is provided only with the version of color transition of individual planks of engineering Oak for a simple and quick installation. In this case, the design can be reduced until you get to such a small texture to replicate the original of tailor fabrics.