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New Engineered Oak Flooring: Grey

Grey flooring has become really popular over the last few years, and its reputation is still growing.  Having a hardwood floor that is grey isn’t the norm, as wood isn’t naturally a grey colour.  However, colour stains and coloured oils can be added to Oak flooring to transform its appearance.


Which floors are in this Grey Oak Flooring range?

We have three beautiful grey floors for you to look at:


Dark Grey Matt Lacquered 

This Oak flooring has had a grey colour stain added to the surface to create a charismatic dark grey floor.  The planks are 189mm wide, which will give your room a sophisticated and refined atmosphere.  Matt lacquer has been added to the surface for additional strength and protection.Grey Oak floor


Grey Matt Lacquered 3-strip 

Here, a grey colour stain has been added to this Oak 3-strip flooring.  Three strip flooring is slightly different to normal wooden flooring.  It has been engineered so that there are 3 strips of flooring on one plank of wood.  The strips are quite narrow so can look amazing in hallways or other rooms where you would like to emphasize your floor.

If you would like to find out more about 3-strip flooring, have a read of our article: What is three strip flooring?

You might also want to check our full range of 3-strip engineered wood flooring.



Hand Scraped and Grey Oiled 

This flooring has all of the natural characteristics and base colours of traditional Oak flooring.  The surface has then been hand scraped to expose the natural qualities of the Oak.  It has then been protected with a grey oil.  This gives the flooring a hint of grey, whilst still revealing the beautiful grain pattern.


If you would like to see more grey floors, have a look at some of the following:

Grey Engineered Wood Flooring

Parquet Block Hardwood - Grey

Grey Bamboo Flooring

Grey Parquet Block Bamboo Flooring

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