Gray Stair Treads

If you're a fan of crisp, industrial décor, you'll love Dean Flooring Company's selection of gray stair treads. Our gray stair treads are ideal for home or office use and come in a wide range of styles. Whether you're looking for a simple solid gray rectangular tread or a hexagonal patterned tread, you'll find what you're looking for and more at Dean Flooring Company. When choosing a stair tread, please keep in mind that lighter shades of gray can act as a neutral to enhance the nearby décor. Darker shades will stand alone and help transform your staircase into a true piece of art.

Gray carpet stair treads are consistently favored by our customers for their exceptional versatility. Gray works well with hardwood featuring a darker undertone, such as ash, and also perfectly complements light-colored and red-toned flooring. We offer gray-colored stair treads in a variety of tones, from light and bright cloudy grays that are perfect for trendy, modern spaces to deep, dark grays that bring a decadent warmth. Additionally, we have gray patterned stair treads and textured styles to tie together your curated home décor style.

Dean Flooring Company specializes in offering high-quality, easy-to-install DIY carpet stair treads. Invest in a set of our tape-free treads if you're looking for a unique way to add safety and beauty to your stairs without residue-causing tape and adhesive. These treads feature our innovative, non-skid padded backing that prevents movement without tape, adhesive, Velcro or glue. Our carpet stair treads are 100 percent made in the U.S. for long-lasting quality. They're also some of the best pet-friendly stair treads on the market, and they're perfect for helping elderly dogs better navigate daunting stairways.

Stair treads are intended to attach to the upper portion of a step. Once installed, the non-slip mats offer users a designated area to step. The treads provide more traction with every step and are often considered as much a safety item as they are a home accent. When choosing a stair tread, decide how much coverage you would like and your budget. The material used in the gray treads will determine their final cost. Measure your staircase carefully to make sure your treads will fit before placing an order.