Is White & Grey Wood Flooring Is a Good Option for your House? (Updated 2018)
Rhodium Floors offer some of the very best grey and white floors on the market. This is no accident. We have observed that over recent years, the interest in this style of flooring has become increasingly widespread.
This has gone against the previous trend for more traditional wood flooring. Although some natural tones remain very popular, there has been a definite increase in the number of our customers moving towards extremely light or dark wood for their homes.
We want to acknowledge this growing trend and make sure there are options for our customers who favour grey and white floors. However, we also want to make sure that the trend is perfect for your home. Here is a list of benefits that make grey and white flooring such an excellent choice for you.
Is White & Grey Wood Flooring Is a Good Option for your House?
Does your house have darker rooms that need illuminating?
One of the major perks of grey and white flooring is that they illuminate a room. If you have a room in your home that is lacking in light, a darker toned floor can make it even more gloomy, as deep colours tend to eat up light.
On the other hand, light and airy colours will make the room appear brighter. Try brightening up a dingy room by swapping your dark brown flooring for grey and white flooring!
Does your house have any rooms that you wish were bigger?
Another exciting benefit of grey and white flooring is that it makes space feel bigger. No matter which room you use it in, it is guaranteed to reflect light around, as we mentioned previously.
This illuminating effect creates the illusion of a bigger, more airy space. The solution is simple: when you need to install a floor in a small room that looks cramped and dark, choose to lay grey and white flooring.
Have you already made a statement with your design?
If you’ve already made a strong choice with other elements of your decor, grey and white flooring will complement it perfectly.
For example, do you already have a statement wall or a particularly bright piece of furniture? Both grey and white flooring are neutral options so are guaranteed to match perfectly with your design, no matter how bold.
When you have strong statement accessories or decoration, grey and white wood flooring is a smart choice.
Are you going for a monochrome feel?
There is a strong trend now for minimalist, monochrome style. This is a great style for people who like their lives to remain organized and stress-free. It’s also great for new homeowners as it doesn’t require lots of decoration or furniture.
Our grey and white flooring options fit perfectly with this gorgeously simple aesthetic. For people who want to create the monochrome look within their own homes, there is no better option than grey and white flooring.
Do you want something a little different?
It’s easy to stand out from the crowd with grey and white flooring. Although it’s growing in popularity among people who are conscious about style, it’s still an exciting, unique choice.
Most of your neighbours and friends will have plainer, more old-fashioned floors. Your grey and white flooring will stand out among a sea of honey-toned wood. A simple choice, with guaranteed instant style.
Are you tempted by black flooring but concerned you’ll regret it?
Black flooring is a very bold choice. Lots of people are attracted by the idea of it because it’s so sleek and different. However, making the decision to install black flooring in your home is a big commitment.
A lot of our customers find that grey flooring is an excellent compromise. You get the same level of style and statement from grey flooring, but at the same time, you don’t have to worry that you’ve made an extreme choice that you might come to regret.
Do you want to make a powerful statement?
Both grey and white flooring are strong stylistic choices. Try complimenting other more wishy-washy decors with something bold like grey wood: it will highlight the choices you’ve already made, without detracting from them.
You will find that grey and white flooring is easy to pair with any existing furniture and yet is a powerful statement. Your rooms and their current design will no doubt benefit from the addition.
Do you want something cost effective?
At Rhodium Floors, we ensure that the decision to add grey and white flooring to your home is not a pricey one. We have a lot of options that are incredibly cost-effective: looking for a fresh new style that doesn’t break the bank has never been so easy.
You can see for yourself by looking at the many varied options we have as part of our range, all of which are listed on our website. For the less tech-savvy, you can call us and find out more.
We are sure that you will be able to find the perfect grey and white flooring for you. After reading all these benefits there is no reason not to! Whether you want to brighten up a dark room, make a small room seem more spacious, or make a statement piece of furniture more eye-catching, here are a few flooring options that we think will work perfectly in your home:
Warhol French Oak
This light-tone, white Euro French oak will blend with your current decor seamlessly, whether you want something modern, eclectic or even a floor for a homely cottage.
Old Grey French Oak
This dark-tone, grey Euro French oak is the perfect addition to both contemporary and rustic rooms.
Vecchio Casale Chevron
This is a timeless hardwood floor that will suit almost any house, whether it’s a city centre flat or a cottage by the beachside.
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