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Parquet flooring grey

The grey of today is no longer the grey of past rainy days. To explain this in a little more detail, the colour itself must be analysed and its path to becoming a style icon of modern furnishing worlds redrawn. Rather, the colorlessness is to be analyzed, which can tend either one step more towards white or black. This is a gradation of pure lightness or darkness, which, like the grey colour, also enters our world of experience as an achromatic appearance. The in-between, which on the black-and-white scale is referred to as grey scale, is no more than a colour impression that either carries the information of low light intensity or very high light intensity. It is worth knowing that black basically contains no light information, whereas white contains the information of all colours, as these are mixed together in equal proportions in sunlight.

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As a trend colour, grey not only looks attractive compared to other colours, but is just as pleasing to pure black and white. In this respect, the reason why grey tones have become trend colours becomes clearer. Grey is the somewhat darker stage on which all other colours are written.

The contemporary parquet floor, an all-round successful appearance!

As an artefact of our own soul world, as a painting of strange figures or in the form of fog that wafts through the fresh coolness of cold nights, grey always remains a colour of our mind. This view, emphasized in a reductionist manner, serves to shape and beauty of clear edges, curves and lines. This makes the parquet, which is given a coat of grey nuances, all the more multifaceted and can be described as a fashionable colour par excellence or ultramodern. The colour on the parquet flooring of all manufacturers does not necessarily come to the fore, but forms a suitable ensemble with the prevailing textures and grains. The fact that this works particularly well with parquet flooring is proven by the often purist look itself, which can be freely combined. The flooring thus meets all styles, which can be both classic and modern. In this context, the brand manufacturers of a contemporary parquet floor combine texture accentuations of wood with the grey colour, which are unparalleled.