Wood has long been popular in interior design and has consolidated its dominant position over the years. Porcelain stoneware tiles perfectly reproduce this material, including details such as knots, veins and slight cracks. The surface of the ceramic floor is therefore visually identical to that of natural parquet thanks to the new technologies used.
In general, brown or beige wood effect tiles have a welcoming character that is reinforced by the warm colours. On the other hand, grey wood, although sometimes considered old-fashioned, retains a modern feel. Thus, grey wood effect tiles blend in wonderfully with both contemporary and traditional spaces.
Of course, the various shades of grey create different atmospheres. On the one hand, light grey allows for a rather Scandinavian style. To create the right atmosphere, it is advisable to choose light-coloured furniture and a minimalist decoration. On the other hand, dark shades such as anthracite have a more contemporary feel.
Wood look tiles in grey can be used to create contrasts. For example, a combination with black creates a very contemporary look and the contrasting colours give a strong character to the space. For an industrial room, you could choose metal furniture or decorative objects, which together with wood form a winning combination.
Of course, it is possible to keep to a natural decoration theme. For a harmonious image inside your home or outside, grey stone effect tiles combine perfectly with the look of the wood and together they echo nature.