Having a beautiful home is easy with versatile grey hardwood flooring that complements most wall paint, throw rug and upholstered furniture colors. Wood floors have always been popular in buildings because this material provides an attractive décor and is long lasting. Many people are accustomed to seeing natural color or stained wood floors made of oak, maple or pine in homes but have little experience with grey hardwood finishes. This trend can be seen throughout an entire home or localized in certain areas, including:
- Living rooms
- Dining rooms
- Powder rooms
Grey hardwood flooring varies widely in price, making it affordable for people building a new home or remodeling an older one. Flooring manufacturers make wood planks, edging and other accessories in a variety of sizes and shapes to create interesting patterns and designs for an additional decorative element that complements the shape of windows or molding.
Types of Planks and Tiles
Homeowners can select from several grey hardwood floor products made by well-known manufacturers that sell products in stores or at websites. The attractive wooden planks are made from solid pieces of new lumber, pressed particle board or reclaimed materials from demolished buildings. Companies sell the wood planks as individual products for unusually sized or shaped room or in easy to install packages for rooms of standard dimensions. It is also possible to have the materials custom-made to fit accurately in any type of room with regular or unusual dimensions. Homeowners can install the planks and tiles on their own or hire an installation expert. The tiles or planks are created with natural grain markings or unique designs. Grey hardwood flooring is left in its natural porous condition or laminated with chemicals to resist debris such as water and dirt, making it appropriate for different areas in a home.
A Neutral Color Palette
Grey hardwood flooring provides a neutral color that looks fantastic with several color palettes of rugs, furniture and wallpaper, including:
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In addition to using plain colors to decorate a room, it is possible to use certain types of patterns to create an interesting ambience. When choosing patterns, decorators must select designs carefully to avoid a clashing appearance in a room. Grey hardwood flooring is available in several shades from light to dark that can absorb or reflect light from windows and lamps. One of the best ways to choose the correct color shade of wood planks is by getting samples from our store. Place the samples on the floor of a room to see how it looks throughout the day and night to determine if it is the color wanted.
With a little direction and creativity you can pick out design elements that will compliment your new grey hardwood floors. Adding in pops of bright colors will help to make a room more modern and bright feeling.