By z1long. Flooring. At Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 02:59:13 AM.
When I first moved into my new home I had everything planned out except for one thing. I wasn’t sure if I wanted a carpet in the kitchen or not. As a kid, I enjoyed playing on the kitchen floor at my mother’s house and the carpet made it so cozy and nice. But here, I thought It’s try a cleaner approach. After doing some research, I decided to share the pros and cons.
Keep in mind that travertine floors are cold to the touch and hard underfoot so you might want to add some wood just to warm up the decor and the ambiance and to provide some contrast to the space in terms of colors and textures. Obviously, travertine kitchen flooring is not for everyone and the look suits some styles better than others. Consider this option if you prefer a more rustic or traditional decor and a cozy farmhouse feel.
One of the hottest trends in home décor is mixing various types of floors to accentuate different zones in your home. As for the kitchen, this mixing may be caused by another reason: functionality. If you love wood but think that it won’t stand all that cooking, make tile or brick floors under the cooking zones and wooden planks around. Such a mix looks very eye-catching and will help you to save your wooden cover.
Effortless when mopping also stunning are the major standards you shall concern when selecting floor materials for your kitchen. We infrequently gives much consideration about picking floor material. The image also standard of kitchen floor is frequently unjustifiably leaved in resemblance to other areas. Since many of you think that this area only for prepare food so it isn't really necessary. On the opposite if a kitchen are stunning also cozy it turn into one of the essential area. So you have to careful about selecting the kitchen floor.