By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Friday, March 02nd, 2018 - 00:42:12 AM.
If a clean and contemporary look is what you envision for your dream kitchen, concrete can be ideal. It can take on numerous looks (stained and scored to resemble large tiles, even), is one of the low-maintenance choices, and is also quite the budget-friendly option.
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.
In a bid to really bed L-shaped kitchens into place, kitchen planners have been looking for ways to integrate appropriate pieces of furniture that heighten the look and usability of the rooms. A popular choice is an L-shaped kitchen table, which mimics the counter layout, or even mirrors it, depending on which way round it is set.
It’s thus no wonder that kitchen flooring get overlooked far too often, shoved aside by appliances and textile-planning instead. And don’t get us wrong: these factors are important too, yet if you’re planning on designing a kitchen from scratch or giving your existing one a major overhaul, yet don’t plan on including a professional floorer in the process, the end results are bound to be dismal.
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