Grey parquet flooring comes in many beautiful styles, from a subtle dusting of the shade to bolder, statement looks. Bringing modern and traditional together in lovely harmony, grey parquet is a chic twist on the cherished oak classic.
Be inspired by these 3 unique designs of grey parquet flooring. Which would you adore for your home?
When naturally light oak and a grey stain come together, we get greige. It’s the perfect combination of raw wood beauty and a modern touch, crafted to complement each other.
In Feather Oak, we see this beautiful blend. Subtle ashen hues infuse with oak’s wonderful colour variations for a truly elegant look. Each block is carefully brushed to bring out the grain, ensuring the character shines through.
This delicate and understated take on grey parquet flooring is perfect for Scandinavian-inspired spaces with light and airy décor. Style with a pared-back colour palette and lots of textures for a peaceful hideaway.
The Feather Oak shade is also available in a chevron pattern – discover Haze Oak.
Another exciting style of parquet is modern rustic. Pairing a contemporary colour with aged and distressed details, this design adds even more dimension to the timeless herringbone pattern.
In our new Barn Oak parquet, each piece is lovingly crafted by hand. Explore a flurry of antique features throughout, which tell the tale of an age-old parquet floor reclaimed to be loved once more. Tumbled edges, rich natural details and worn surface character come together effortlessly with a dusky grey shade.
This unique variety of grey parquet flooring can make the ideal complement to traditional or modern rooms. Find Barn oak just as at home with rustic or refined décor.
Grey parquet flooring can be bold too. A truer, bluer shade of the colour captures a really modern effect; a sophisticated statement. In this style, wood’s naturally beautiful character still shines through yet the oak shade is almost completely covered by grey – fabulous!
Ash Oak embraces this look with saturated, smoky grey hues that give the parquet a chalky appearance. It’s a stunning choice for maximalist interiors that aren’t afraid of darker, more colourful schemes. We can’t help but love how the floor looks with a pink and indigo palette.