By Jesse Mathieu. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 14:43:51 PM.
Try other ideas like barn-board planking, milled reclaimed wood, randomly placed slate tiles, brick, linoleum tile and cork for your country kitchen floor and see how these go with your choice of cabinetry, colours, furnishings, etc.
Quality stone and wooden worktops are the standard choices for the country style kitchen. Should you pick stone, avoid options too bold or shiny, as these generally don’t go too well with the rustic look. Granite, for example, can style up a country kitchen perfectly if it’s in a natural shade like brown or cream, but avoid black.
Sleek gloss finishes in fashionable shades work just as naturally as heritage hues and with a contrasting countertop in place, to magnify the practicality of the layout, there really isn't a colour that won;t work in an L-shaped space. From grey, black and orange, the predicted colours of the year, through to bright white and pretty pastels, anything goes.
So many people are now waking up to the potential that an L-shaped kitchen can add to a home, thanks to the natural way that far more counter space can be enjoyed, as well as a generous floor plan. While a U-shaped room layout is often a little more 'normal', there is a lot going for these significantly more clever installations, which is why professional kitchen planners have been witnessing an increase in the number of clients seeking to create something simpler but still functional.
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