By Paul Auguste. Kitchen Design. Published at Saturday, May 19th, 2018 - 18:15:24 PM.
Travertine is less popular than marble or other materials and it’s exactly this obscure nature that inspired us today to take a closer look at it. Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs and is often used as a building material. The Colosseum is the largest building in the world constructed mostly out of travertine but this material’s usefulness isn’t limited just to large structures which brings us to the main subject of the article: travertine backsplashes.
Detailed metal work and exacting construction are the luxury facade, behind which lies the latest in cooking technologies. The fully custom kitchen company allows for selecting details as well as cooking components like induction cooktops and built-in fryers. The look is upscale and traditional, while the function is fully modern.
Bronze metal accents the materials used on the shelves, doors and counter. Backlighting accents the wall of shelving above the sink area while the rest of the kitchen elements are hidden behind tall doors, which help put the focus on the open shelving. The highlight, however, is the Nero Marquinia stone topped-island, with its asymmetrical, yet geometric shape.
So birch is outdated for you but honeyed wood tones aren’t quite right either. Time for a different approach. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box when choosing your hardwood flooring. If you enjoy making a statement in your home, a two toned floor in your kitchen will certainly flow much better than any birch ever could.
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