Published at Saturday, 02 February 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
You can trace the use of brick in the kitchen to colonial times, when locally made, hand-molded pavers were typical in above-ground basements or detached summer kitchens. Brick is an unusual choice today, but at least one company has gotten around that with thin brick look-alike tiles that express an early American feel. Patterns include basketweave, running bond, herringbone, and a number of variations.
These tiles are manufactured with two layers of tiles pressed together with the thickness of 3 to 4 mm for the upper layer body. Due to its sturdy and durable nature, double charged tiles are widely used in spaces like museums, libraries, hospitals, malls, educational institutions, restaurants, etc.
Instead of rebuilding the entire kitchen look for refurbishing. If your kitchen walls or flooring has become dull, choose some interesting and low budget options. You can choose stone cladding which comes with interesting options like red stone, granite stone, limestone cladding, marble or natural stone cladding.
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