By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 23:09:00 PM.
Not all flooring must be laid a certain way. To give your space a little extra lift, try installing your hardwood floors in a line diagonal to the flow of your kitchen. It will seem unexpected and modern, no matter what style the rest of your kitchen is. Just think if that continued through the entire house, how wonderfully unique it would be.
Travertine is one of the several natural stones often used for paving patios and garden paths, being appreciated for its beautiful natural texture, simplicity and durability. Although it’s less common to see this material being used in interior designs, there are many interesting ways in which the tiles can add character to a space.
A similar option but without the curves would be a diagonal kitchen corner cabinet which also connects adjacent walls and fills an empty corner but in a more linear manner which in some ways is better-suited for modern or contemporary kitchens.
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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