Grey engineered wood flooring for every room
Engineered wood has a number of qualities which are highly beneficial. For example, due to the way in which it is manufactured it is extremely strong and is not likely to become damaged after a short period of time. This makes it ideal for busy room and communal areas as it has the look and feel of real wood but is much easier to maintain.
Grey is one of the most popular flooring colours due to the fact that it complements most other cool colours and gives a modern take on a traditional flooring material. A light grey engineered wood flooring in the living room can look striking and make the room appear brighter. Alternatively, a dark grey engineered wood flooring in the bedroom can add a cosy atmosphere and make the room feel warm.
Grey engineered wood also makes a great kitchen flooring solution for homeowners that want the appearance of real wood but are concerned about spillages. Once wiped up, this flooring style will look brand new and won’t warp or become damaged.
Which style of grey engineered flooring is right for me?
This type of flooring has become increasingly popular, meaning there are now a lot more options to choose from.
For a traditional aesthetic with a contemporary twist, opt for grey herringbone engineered wood flooring. The parquet style exudes affluence and wouldn’t look out of place in any manor house. However, yours can be brought right into the 21st Century with a stunning grey colour that can complement your décor.
If you want a style that fits a more classic look, grey oak engineered flooring might be a more suitable choice for you. Coming in a range of grey shades, this style of flooring incorporates the best of both worlds with a style that feels familiar and has beautiful wood hues but in a more current colour.
Ways to make your grey floor last longer
Investing in a new wooden floor is not cheap, and you’ll likely want to keep your floor looking as good as new for as long as possible. If you’re laying an engineered grey floor in a room that tends to get cold like a bedroom or bathroom, think about adding underfloor heating. This will add that little bit of luxury to your life and ensure you’ll love your floor for longer.
Other things to consider when choosing a grey engineered wood floor are:
- Cleaning – this type of floor is easily cleaned with a damp cloth or mop and then thoroughly dried afterwards. If one plank becomes damaged, simply sand and re-varnish or apply lacquer to finish.
- Underlay – this will help the floor to last longer and reduce excess noise when walking. Choose an underlay with a moisture barrier to go under your grey engineered wood if you have a concrete subfloor.
To find out more about our range of grey engineered wood flooring, call us today on 0330 100 0015 or place your order online now.