By Eliane Raphael. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, May 20th, 2018 - 12:14:38 PM.
When many people think of hardwood flooring, they picture warm woody tones across the floor. And you basically can’t go wrong with that, especially when your kitchen is white. Instead of staining your floor, choose a wood with lovely brown shades to begin with. Then just add a sealant on top and voila! The most beautiful kitchen floor you could ever dream of.
So birch is outdated for you but honeyed wood tones aren’t quite right either.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.
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.
If you don’t like the pointy shape of the blind corner pull-outs we just showed you, there are alternatives and a lot of them avoid those 90 degree angles in favor of a more cohesive and fluid design. This eclectic kitchen shows just how practical this design direction can be. This diagonal cabinet includes drawers at the bottom, room for the microwave oven other small appliances above the counter and some open space at the top. There’s even some counter space left too.
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