Let’s take a look at some of the best uses in the home for some of our most popular grey wood-look tiles.
Best Interior Styles for Grey Wood-Look Tile
There is a broad range of styles when it comes to grey-toned wood-look tile—you might be surprised by what you find! Wood-look tile can pair beautifully with many home styles depending on what variety you choose. Here are some ideas:
- Contemporary: Eramosa (in Carbon or Ice hues) is chic, clean and elegant, perfect for a contemporary style.
- Rustic/Farmhouse: For that authentic hardwood floor look, you can’t go wrong with Essence Grey, with its contrasting woodgrain and warm, aged appearance. Also check out Aspen’s Ash, Grey Ridge and Beachcomber colors—a beautiful way to top off your rustic or farmhouse-inspired room.
- Industrial: The new Legno Grey wood-look tile offers high contrast and a pure grey color that could complement an industrial space.
- Mid-Century Modern: Clean lines and a sleek appearance make Porta Nuova an excellent choice for finishing a mid-century home. Choose from grey Frassino, warmer Quercia or the ultra-dark, almost-black Ebano depending on your style.
- Traditional: More Wood Grigio is a warm and light grey tile with a beautifully knotty natural wood look. If you want to elevate your traditional home without the hassle of hardwood floors, this is the way to go.
Best Rooms to Use Grey Wood-Look Tile
Grey tile can be used in any room of the home, but the kitchen and living room are the two most popular choices. Wood-look floors can add a touch of rustic style to your kitchen, or infuse your living space with warmth and elegance.
Using grey wood-look tile in your bathroom is another rising trend that might pique your interest. Since bathroom color schemes often tend to be cool, light and soothing, we can’t think of a better flooring option than soft grey porcelain planks.
Color Palettes to Pair with Grey Wood-Look Tile
Grey wood-look tile generally pairs well with most wall colors and décor palettes, since it’s fairly neutral and versatile. One thing to consider when choosing a color palette is whether your grey tile is warm or cool toned. If it has bluish undertones it’s a cool grey, and if it has yellow or orange undertones it’s a warm hue.
With this in mind, aim to choose wall colors that complement your floor’s tone. For example, a dark, cool grey wood-look floor looks great with pale blue walls or a soft silver-grey. A warm grey tile generally pairs well with colors that are also warm, such as “greige,” cream, pale yellow, etc.