By Eliane Raphael. Kitchen Design. Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 01:07:41 AM.
You’ve probably seen them, those beautiful herringbone floors. Having a pattern like that on your floor is such a chic accent for any kitchen. If you’re pulling up your old kitchen floor to replace it with something new and fresh, you’ll definitely want to consider the herringbone pattern. It’s like wallpaper for your floor but better.
Sometimes there’s just no hope to bring a wood floor back to its former glory. But rather than replacing it altogether, give it a thick coat of paint. You’ll keep the texture that a hardwood floor provides while giving your kitchen a whole new look. Just make sure it’s the exterior paint that’s hard as nails and will last you through all the wear and tear.
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.
While wood will have a slight variation in color on it’s own, there’s nothing that says you have to stick with one wood when covering your kitchen floor. When there rest of your kitchen is modern and sleek, a variegated hardwood floor will bring that homey warmth you want.
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