Published at Saturday, 02 February 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
If the first floor can be exited without having to go through the kitchen and open plan area, then this should not present a problem. In any case, it is sensible to look into fire suppression systems – such as sprinklers and smoke curtains – to limit the spread of fire and smoke throughout the home.
Alternatives to wood floors in the kitchen are not only diverse but historically innovative, ranging from some of the oldest materials (stone, brick, and cork) to classics perfected more than a century ago (linoleum)to the ever-evolving wonder material of the first half of the 20th century, vinyl composition tile. Whether you choose a floor that could have been in the house when it was built, or something further along in its history, you'll be in good company.
At Carpet Direct, it is no secret that we love a good rug, especially in spaces that boast a lot of hard surface flooring. Rugs are a great way to add some color and personality to your kitchen floors without having to spend a lot of money. We suggest choosing a rug that complements your flooring choice and current decor in your kitchen. Stay away from fuzzy shag rugs that are hard to clean.
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