More Great Kitchen Ideas To Consider
Good flooring can transform your kitchen and future-proof it while keeping a sleek and stylish look.
Create a stand-out look with carefully placed patterned tiles. Consider your colour palette and the size of your room: busier patterns can liven up a huge space, but might be too much for a smaller room.
Look to Nature
Whether you’re using a granite or wood floor, take inspiration from nature. Designer Kelly Hoppen swears by a natural and neutral design. Stone or wood flooring can easily make a room feel homely and cozy.
Lighten a smaller room with contrasting textures and shades. Try a dark flooring with light cupboards or sleek cupboards with waterproof laminate flooring (https://www.woodfloorwarehouse.co.uk/laminate-flooring/waterproof.html).
Make a Subtle Feature
In a larger room, making a feature floor isn’t so difficult – if you have the nerve. Painted floorboards or exotic, Pinterest-worthy tiles will draw eyes downwards. In a smaller room, try a subtle parquet flooring.
Keep it Simple
For a rustic and simple look, try porcelain tiles. Terracotta and white work perfectly for a rustic country or Mediterranean look.
In a large room, adventurous and bold geometric tiling will stand out and can bring colour to an empty room. If it’s too bold, try a lighter pattern.
The latest kitchen trend is slate. As its a natural tile, it has ridges and differences in colouration, which only look better with age.