To some homeowners, just tiles or linoleum in the kitchen seem too boring. Our site of advice has collected examples for you when the owners did not stint, went to design delights, as a result, they received a very unusual, beautiful, stylish floor in their kitchen.
In this solid island kitchen, porcelain stoneware tiles are combined with solid oak strips. A very interesting option, the transition of two floor coverings is blurred, and the herringbone installation always looks fresh and interesting, although it has long been a recognized classic.
The transition of two floor coverings again – tiles with a pattern in the form of palm leaves into a natural board. The transition is smoothed again, the tree literally crashes into the tile in places. A very interesting option.
The portal told you what flooring you can choose for your kitchen. There was no brick among them! Inlaid, ceramic-decorative, or facing brick is traditionally used for finishing facades, arranging paths and porches, that is, on the street. However, the owners of this rustic kitchen in the townhouse chose brick for the floor. Moreover, it is laid with a classic “herringbone”.
In general, the floor of this kitchen is covered with ordinary white cement tiles. But with gray edging, which eventually created a pattern of rectangles that are located at right angles, evenly. The effect is unexpected and original.
And again the transition of two floor coverings, and one of them with the optical effect of Escher cubes, a 3D floor. The rest of the kitchen is completely neutral, so it was the floor that became the focal point of this interior..
The flooring of this beautiful kitchen is not cheap. These are marble slabs. Their design is chosen to give the impression of water flowing through white ice.
Mosaics are rarely laid on the floor. This is not cheap, and somehow strange for the average layman. But those who take the risk can get a kitchen with such a beautiful floor. It doesn’t matter if the kitchen is narrow! With such a mosaic floor, it fades into the background.
Technically, these are ordinary ceramic tiles. But what a drawing! Circles, squares and rectangles intertwine, wedge into each other, change chaotically. Very unusual. Such a floor will definitely be one of a kind, because the tiles were made to order..
The owners of this kitchen did not abandon the traditional parquet flooring. And even if he is a very rare guest in the kitchen, but how beautiful! In order to protect the expensive flooring, the owners simply put rugs next to the stove and sink, that is, in places where there is the most splash.
Tiled carpet in the center of the kitchen. You can even put a wooden floor around, why not. This combination always looks very good..