Published at Monday, 07 January 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
The 'homeowners' of this kitchen 'opted' for managed timber over a regular hardwood or laminate. Light flooring, as well as whitewashed cabinetry, produces a cool, monochromatic look. In this home’s 'great' kitchen, honey-color travertine tiles cover the floor, dancing off the tone of the 'perimeter' cabinets. Caring for 'travertine' is as easy as annual sealing, monthly open mopping, as well as dry cleaning a couple of 'points' a week. Polished 'travertine' is 'essentially' stain-resistant as well as is a great 'option' for high-traffic 'spaces' in your home—such as a kitchen.
Great slate 'tiles' provide a sound, smart 'surface' underfoot, as well as the color 'wraps' dirt, pet hair as well as more. It is 'easy' to maintain the 'floor' with a matte-finish good 'once' a year. The variety of 'stone' you want as well as where you lay the 'rock' in your house will decide if you want to seal it. Sealants, as well as washing products, vary 'depending' on the stone model, so check with a stone retailer or company for 'special' references.
Oak flooring—in a 'rich' stain—anchors this home’s beautiful kitchen as well as provides opposition to the white walls as well as white as well as 'blue' cabinetry. Timber flooring gives 'unmatched' warmth as well as quality to any room in your house. If you decide to put timber flooring in the kitchen, keep in 'mind' that dense woods are vulnerable to moisture. Place a 'carpet' near the food prep space as well as cleanup zones to reach water as well as food spills.
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