Which Rooms Are Suitable For Grey Wood Flooring?
Whether it's light or dark, engineered or solid wood, grey wood floors have become one of the biggest flooring option trends over the past couple of years. Now popular in bedrooms, hallways, living rooms and more, grey wood can pair well with a range of décor styles. This quite simply means most rooms can have a grey floor as part of their design.
Opt for herringbone patterns to give living rooms a regal touch that's bound to make a statement or opt for pale oak for a rustic charm in relaxing bedrooms. For those looking for kitchen floors, grey wood flooring is suitable provided care is taken to prevent exposure to excessive moisture.
If you're redecorating a small bedroom, or a narrow hallway or landing, light grey wood flooring can make those areas feel larger by maximising light and creating a sense of extra space.
Styling Grey Flooring
Consider what you want to achieve within you room and what limitations you are working with before deciding on which grey floor will pair best with your intended room.
Light grey flooring, such as our Barlinek Oak St Kitts creates an illusion of space in smaller areas, such as hallways and smaller bedrooms.
On the other hand, dark grey flooring, such as our Barlinek Oak Colorado Grande can create a sense of grandeur and really im-press guests. Darker grey tones always pair well with white or cream walls, helping create a stunning contrast which can emphasise the patterns and design of the floor
The Benefits of Grey Wood Flooring
There are a wide variety of benefits when choosing to install grey wooden flooring in your home. These include:
- Works with a variety of themes and styles
- Doesn't fade quickly
- Provides elegance and warmth
- Durable and resistant to normal wear and tear
- Affordable and fits every budget.
Care and Maintenance Advice
Remembering that if you want your Grey Wood Flooring to maintain its original colour, finish and shine, regular care will need to take place to keep it looking as good as new. Read our Real Wood Floor Maintenance Guide and follow some of our useful tips on keeping your floor squeaky clean.