Some hardwood flooring species, such as oak (American or European), maple, or birch, come in various gray tones.
Gray is known as the "new neutral," and the color works well with all decors. In addition, it coordinates well with any wall, upholstery, or accessory color.
These floors are chic, sleek, and modern but can work equally in a farmhouse or rustic atmosphere. They've been gaining popularity over the years and are likely to remain sought after for a long time.
Finding the perfect gray
Keep in mind that staining is what customizes any wood floor. Currently popular are gray wood floors combined with beige or brown colors. They create new shades, such as greige and charcoal.
Gray floors can have a lot of character. They're available with knots and textures, including brushed, smooth, distressed, etc.
Come into our showroom, where you'll see beautiful gray floors from Mohawk, Johnson, Mullican, and others.
Airy and bright hardwood flooring
Light colors are in vogue, and gray floors will make a room look spacious. A light gray floor will also hide dust and scratches.
You'll see more gray floors in an engineered wood flooring format. That's probably because most people prefer a wider plank with gray floors. Engineered is known for wider planks!
The Fort Worth area flooring source with a mission
Hardwood flooring is classic, never goes out of style, and adds warmth and charm to a room. Masters Flooring will guide you to the ideal one for your interior design plan; we have a wide selection of solid and engineered wood floors from brands like BPI Prestige and Bruce, among others.
Over the past 20 years, we've developed a strong reputation for style, superior artistry, value, and reliability. Visit our showroom in Keller, TX, which is convenient to North Ridgeland Hills, Colleyville, Fort Worth, and Southlake, TX.