By Emeric Eve. Kitchen Design. Published at Sunday, March 18th, 2018 - 09:21:23 AM.
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.
Bronze metal accents the materials used on the shelves, doors and counter. Backlighting accents the wall of shelving above the sink area while the rest of the kitchen elements are hidden behind tall doors, which help put the focus on the open shelving. The highlight, however, is the Nero Marquinia stone topped-island, with its asymmetrical, yet geometric shape.
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.
Does your kitchen lean towards the farmhouse decor? Then you’ve probably already been looking at wood floors. Keep things light but rustic with a gray toned wood floor in your kitchen. Whether it’s the wood or the stain that gets you there, it will look oh so lovely against your cool color palette.
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