By Emeric Eve. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 22:43:42 PM.
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.
The combination of stone countertops, smooth and shiny handle-less cabinetry and plenty of glass are a classic combination for a stylish modern kitchen. The neutral tones make it versatile and sophisticated. Lighting that is incorporated into the shelving and the cabinets, in addition to any lighting from overhead, are a luxurious detail that is important in a kitchen.
So birch is outdated for you but honeyed wood tones aren’t quite right either.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.
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.
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