By travers. Kitchen. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 18:16:20 PM.
Can I have wood floors in my kitchen? It depends on your lifestyle. Wood floors are a wonderful option in quieter households light cooking, no children or pets especially when they are continuous from hallways or adjoining rooms. If you have a busy kitchen and like the look of wood, consider vinyl, laminate or ceramic wood look alikes you will find some very realistic looking options.
Extend the island top. In this long, slim kitchen, the owners have extended the top of the island unit, meaning people can tuck feet under without knocking knees while enjoying a cuppa. When they are finished, they can tuck the stools underneath to keep things streamlined.
In most households, there is a great deal of time being spent in the kitchen. Incorporate a large island into your kitchen design, which can be used in all sorts of ways. An island can serve as buffet or server, a display area, or even a dining table if need be.
Offer a movable feast. Breakfast bars do not need to be built in, as this freestanding wooden butchers block demonstrates. It doubles as a place for a glass of wine and a sandwich, or a croissant and coffee. The wooden stools, red bricks and wicker baskets all add to the warm, country effect.
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