Crisp whites can also enhance your space and give the illusion of more space. Get this by using porcelain tiles or even vinyl pieces. An even bolder pattern for the floor could be what inspires you, just look at this plaid-print being held inside this vintage-contemporary kitchen.
Stenciling on your wood floors could be right up your alley as well. You’ll have the value but also the personalization you need and want to make it feel like home.
Think about the style: You may not want to go with a super modern floor when creating a country, rustic kitchen. And you may not want to go with an unfinished wood if you’re shooting for an ultra contemporary kitchen. You’ll need to of the space you’re working with and if think floor will spread throughout the breakfast nook and dining area as well.
From bamboo to vinyl, there are more choices than you may think for kitchen finishes. But have no fear, we’ve compiled 10 of the best options and we’re providing the breakdown of each from benefits to price points. What type of kitchen are you creating? What kind of durability are you in need of? Look for low-maintenance flooring that work well within a kitchen setting where there’s high foot-traffic and inevitable spillage.
If you’re not really a fan of pull-put drawers either because of the lack of space in your kitchen or for any other reason, a tilt-out trash bin can also be an option. As before, you can integrate it into the side of your kitchen island.
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