By Arnt Mayer. Kitchen. Published at Thursday, July 12th, 2018 - 14:14:58 PM.
The kitchen isn’t solely a space for prepping food anymore…it has evolved into a social space where hosts and guests get to sit together, chat and interact in various ways. This transformation brought with it not only a change in ambiance but also in the individual design of the furniture pieces involves.
Hardwood floors are desirable and provide a classic look, but can be replicated by laminate which is a much cheaper alternative. There are a number of different pros and cons to consider when deciding between laminate and hardwoods, the main advantage being that laminate costs up to 50% less than hardwood. Materials like cork and bamboo, among others, are economically friendly kitchen flooring ideas that are good for green design.
A rather different approach was used here by Katrin Arens. This is a kitchen which plays with contrasts on a very simple level. At the same time, it’s a space that feels very inviting and user-friendly thanks to all the natural wood used for the furniture. The fact that the black accent wall is not covered with robust cabinetry establishes an airy ambiance.
Backsplashes, A backsplash connects the countertops with the cabinets so it’s a good place to tie two main elements of your design together. While it’s not necessary to have one, a backsplash is helpful in terms of cleanliness because you’ll inevitably get that wall dirty while cooking or washing dishes. Almost any type of material can work for a backsplash as long as it’s properly sealed from the classic and versatile subway tile to modern stainless steel and solid glass to natural stone. There are many different options but here are 14 of our favorite kitchen backsplash ideas.
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