How Different Types Of Flooring Can Influence The Look Of Your Kitchen

Among the numerous ways in which you can enhance the look of your kitchen is also the flooring type and style. Make the floor stand out, match it to the walls or cabinetry or keep it comfortable and elegant. The possibilities are numerous.

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Checkered floors have been around for ages. They’re bold yet simple and the style can be adapted to the materials, textures and colors you decide to use. The black and white combination is extremely versatile and ideal for modern but also traditional kitchens.

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The charcoal floor tiles help ground the kitchen. The room’s color palette features white as the main shade, used on the walls, cabinetry and countertops. A darker accent color was needed here to restore the balance and to keep the décor modern.

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This contemporary kitchen features reclaimed timber floors. The wood came from an old barn and was refurbished and used to offer the kitchen a welcoming and casual vibe. The wood warms up the ambiance and complements the white décor.

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The flooring in this case is a mix of wide plank pine and thin plank maple boards. They were painted with numerous colors over the years, the current preferred shade this time being green, a color that lets the kitchen preserve its rustic look but also gives it a vibrant, modern twist.

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Tiles are considered really practical in the kitchen. They make cleaning easy and keep the space looking sharp and functional. In the case of an open floor plan, the kitchen tiles contrast with the wooden living room flooring and this also helps delimitate the spaces.

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There are many different types of tiles designed to mimic other materials such as stone or wood. In this case, the kitchen floors were meant to complement the stainless steel accents but also to bring in a subtle contrast in terms of finish and material while also preserving the industrial look.

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Another interesting option is to have brick floors for the kitchen. It’s a feature that would add a rustic vibe to the space and it could be complemented by exposed wooden beams. The overall traditional design chosen here welcomes all these details.

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This is porcelain tile flooring with an unglazed finish. It was a custom-made project that allowed the owners to opt for this beautiful mosaic and create the lovely flower pattern. It gives the kitchen a chic vibe and it’s a design that can adapt to a variety of styles.

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If you want the kitchen to include natural accents and materials, consider store flooring. In a way, it makes the room feel more inviting and cozy but, at the same time, it also gives it an outdoor-like look. It could work well for rustic, industrial or contemporary designs.