Which parquet colours are available?
parquet is available in numerous colours. The authentic wood character is best shown to advantage when the original wood remains as unaltered as possible.
The colour palette covers the entire spectrum: Very light wood types such as maple, birch or ash, wood types with medium colour intensity such as beech, Pear tree, bamboo, robinia or oak, but also dark wood species such as walnut and wenge. Exotic wood species extend the possibilities even further.
The basic material wood can also be changed and influenced in colour using several techniques.
Possible are surface treatments with oil, glaze or varnish. Many colours are possible with glazes and varnishes, even variations that have little to do with a conventional wood colour.
Wood can be treated with steam or smoked and thus take on a darker colour. If you want a white parquet floor, you can also opt for limed oak.
Which parquet is suitable for Kiefer?
With pine furniture it is mainly the style that matters, so that you choose the right parquet.
For the rural-rustic version, a plank floor made of a wood with contrasting colours, either a few shades lighter or darker, but not in the same colour intensity, is suitable. The dark version is suitable for bog oak or smoked oak, for example.
Which parquet is suitable for alder?
Exotic wood species with darker hues are an excellent mix to alder furniture if the style of living is rather unusual and extravagant.
The reddish wood variant harmonises perfectly with a light hardwood flooring, but dark shades also fit perfectly. For example, maple, sycamore maple or birch is well suited for a light-coloured floor. If you prefer the dark variant, walnut is definitely the right choice.
Walnut wood adapts very well to light woods such as alder. Of course, alder furniture can also be combined with dyed parquet in various colours. It is also useful to pay attention to the grain. An even, fine grain is compatible with a lively parquet floor and vice versa.
Which parquet is suitable for beech?
Furniture made of beech can be combined with a beech parquet floor of the same colour beech parquet.
You should make sure that especially the red part fits in the wood species.
There are light beech parquet, but also reddish variants. The term heartwood beech or red beech refers to the age and inner wood content of a tree trunk in which the reddish nuances predominate. The effect can be very subtle, with further colour accents tension is added to the room.
If you want a more lively furnishing style, choose a contrasting parquet floor. Beech furniture and a wengè or walnut floor create a noble effect. Exotic woods in dark colours are also very suitable as partners for beech furniture.
Which parquet is suitable for oak furniture?
Oak is available in several gradations. Among other things, it depends on whether the wood is younger or older, and the surface treatment also has an influence on the colour tone.
Oak furniture generally harmonises well with oak parquet in exactly the same colour tone. But this combination can seem a bit boring. Table and chair legs made of metal instead of wood provide additional accents. A carpet is also a beautiful eye-catcher and loosens up the room.
Be careful if the oak hardwood flooring only slightly deviates in colour, in this case a stronger contrast is better. As an alternative, a parquet floor made of a high-contrast wood is suitable. A darker floor goes well with light oak furniture, while a maple looks good with wild oak or darkened oak.
An intensive, dark parquet floor looks elegant with furniture made of limed or white glazed oak. Rustic oak furniture is perfectly compatible with a floorboard in country house style, here too either the same colour or a contrasting wood colour is advisable.