Grey Solid Wood Flooring

Grey solid wood flooring has become more popular in recent times, and it looks great when looking to achieve a monochromatic effect.  Grey floors perfectly complement darker furniture and fittings, and really add a modern twist to your living space, hallway or office.

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Why choose Grey wood flooring?  

Dark flooring does not necessarily blend with dark wood furniture whereas grey solid wood flooring allows for a subtle and blended feel to the ambiance of a room. Offices designed on monochromatic schemes look more alive with it. Hand-scraped wood is one of the most on-trend and fashionable styles this year. French grey wood rightly compliments pre-finished surfaces and provides a natural ambiance to room’s environment. A transitional living room or an exotic dining area, are most suitable for French grey wood with a UV oil coating. Grey wood flooring can add life to the rooms with warm wall colours, textured wall or a room with high intensity of light. Mid to dark grey wood colours are appropriate for contemporary modern interiors.

How long does Grey solid wood flooring lasts?

The life of Grey solid wood flooring is dependent on the usage and maintenance; frequent usage calls for higher maintenance. With constant repairs and maintenance, it can last for up to 5 years. For increasing the life of flooring, it is recommended to follow a regular sweeping or mopping routine to remove any dirt or impurities. Wood floor cleaners also work great with grey floors.

Pros of Grey Wood flooring

  • Adds a monochromatic feel to the room that goes perfectly with dark coloured furniture and fittings.
  • Available in a wide range of shades, sizes and finishes
  • Can be used for domestic and commercial purposes.
  • Grained details and unfinished surfaces result in natural flooring.

Cons of Grey Wood flooring

  • Cannot be installed in humidity-prone areas, as they are more likely to shrink.
  • Needs regular maintenance
  • Lower life than other solid wood flooring