Grey is the new black

If you keep up to date with the latest trends in Interior design, it won’t surprise you to find out that grey woods are the next big thing when it comes to decorating your home.

Minimalist interior design has always been a hit and grey is as modest as you like, working well with pastel colours or laid in herringbone pattern, grey woods are both versatile and sophisticated, whilst also fitting into the monochrome bracket which of course portrays luxury.

Grey woods have the ability to bring both a cooling & warming effect on an interior dependant on the furniture and the rest of the design scheme. As well as this, grey also holds its own as the focal point of a room, looking great with other colours but without dominating.

Here’s a look at just how great a grey wood vinyl from our new Secura collection could look in your home:

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2161 Sterling Oak – Characteristically replicating sterling silver, the pale grey hues will accompany any interior design scheme whilst being both easy to clean and practical

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2159 Coastal Oak – The subtle hints of grey in this warmer wood are enough to create a floor with the ability to pair with any colour and look great with a wide range of interior design schemes

Getting creative with the color and furnishing

2160 White Limed Ash-  This white-grey wood will provide a clean, crisp setting to any interior. Try pairing with a darker wallpaper for a striking yet contrasting effect, assured to look great for years to come

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