Grey Parquet Flooring
A beautiful floor covering that adds an element of class and elegance to the home, grey parquet flooring is tough and cost-effective thanks to the excellent quality woods used in its construction. While you might have thought parquet was the reserve of castles and country mansions, any home can benefit from its subtle, well-heeled look.
Grey coloured parquet floors aren't just visually appealing on their own, they also complement all kinds of furnishings and room decorations too. Understated, they give depth to small and large spaces, particularly those with a contemporary look.
While it can sometimes be prone to scratching and humidity, this isn't a problem when you take into account the decade-long lifespan of the wood and the ease of which the flooring is repaired. Individual planks can be replaced inexpensively, giving it an upper hand over tiling and carpet.
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Why choose Grey Wood flooring?
Grey parquet flooring is a brilliant amalgamation of design and color. The grey color gives it a rustic feel while the unconventional pattern gives a subtle yet exquisite look. The flooring complements all interiors and adds depth and details to your living space.
Moreover, the parquet flooring is extremely durable and sturdy which makes it a cost efficient solution for your flooring needs.
How long does Grey Parquet flooring lasts?
The average lifespan of grey parquet flooring is a decade or two if used with care. The flooring requires little to no maintenance and can also be refurbished if needed. This makes it a cheaper and a long lasting alternate to tiling or carpeting.
Pros of Grey Parquet flooring
- The colour and pattern makes it visually appealing.
- It is sturdy and durable.
- Can be refurbished.
- Is a cost efficient flooring option.
Cons of white parquet flooring
- Prone to scratches.
- The flooring is susceptible to humidity.