By Emeric Eve. Kitchen Design. Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 14:36:01 PM.
What about birch? It might seem like birch has had its day, but that’s not quite true. Being a rather common choice for hardwood flooring, a birch kitchen floor can be helpful when you want to draw the eye somewhere else. It will give you that durability while keeping itself in the background.
Whether the kitchen is big or small, this particular space can have other uses without sacrificing its original purpose. By using Two different materials, it’s possible to delineate the functions. Or, using a material like stainless steel lets you have storage containers or hooks and rails. Open shelving is another option and under lighting can keep the are from becoming too dark and affecting the nearby work surface.
It might be a stain that gets you there but if your kitchen produces major modern vibes, consider installing a black wood floor underneath it all. Inevitably, it will really show off your stainless steel appliances and white accents. Plus, being a neutral color, you can style the rest of your kitchen however you please.
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.
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