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Grey Laminate: A Look That Won't Go Out Of Style!

Right now, at Dragon Scale Flooring, one of the most popular flooring we have is grey laminate. Without exaggeration, most homeowners are opting for this color, even in other surfacing materials. That's because, while it is a neutral tone, grey is actually super fashionable. Add to that the fact that it's easier to maintain than other neutrals like white, beige, and black, and it's easy to see why we're almost having trouble keeping up with the demand of grey floorboards! If you're about to renovate your home, you may want to consider our Laurel, MD showroom must-have trending grey laminate shades:

From Light to Traditional Dark

Regardless of the shade, be it light or traditional dark grey, you'll never grow tired of these highly-modern options. For years to come, you'll rest assured that you chose an excellent neutral tone that both blends into any decor and stands out as a stylish neutral color.

Green-Gray and Washed-Out Grey

It's incredible what a hint of color can do to a room, changing the entire appearance from “Wow!” to “Woah!” in a heartbeat. While light and traditional dark grey are timeless classics, green-grey and washed-out grey adds a certain something that ultimately turns the design style up a notch. With just a hint of color added, there's a whole new level of charm in a space. While these tones can add another dimension to any room in your house, it's particularly fetching if you want a chill-out bedroom or a relaxed, lounge-style living room.

Brushed Grey

While the brushed appearance is quite striking no matter the hard surfacing material, it's especially charming with grey floorboards. Not only does it give your room a stunning impression, but grey planks are highly practical as well. Thanks to modern technological advancements in the flooring industry, that laminate flooring can handle lots of mishaps. Spills, splashes, and splatters, be it in the kitchen or bathroom, there's no need to worry because that surfacing is protected.

Wider Grey Planks

Nowadays, the wider the plank, the better - it's the latest trend! Combining grey color with wide plank width is currently all the rage, but more than that, it's also a favorite look with interior designers. The truth is, if you want something that's eye-catching yet equally easy to blend into your current decor, grey is the ultimate choice.