By Yves Florence. Kitchen Design. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 02:40:37 AM.
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.
For some, a normal smooth wood floor isn’t going to cut it. When you live in a cabin in the woods or in that little lakeside cottage, you want something that just oozes the feeling of home and history. Gather up all the reclaimed wood you can find, stain it and seal it and you’ll have a wood floor with a color and texture you just can’t find in a store.
When an older home already has a wood floor, sometimes you just need a good refresher to bring back it’s old glory. Sand down the wood floor in your kitchen and use a mix of stain and sealant to give it a checkerboard pattern. While still having that old diner nostalgia, it will be much more durable than laminate or tile.
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.
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