Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:12:38 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
You may not know, but bamboo is actually harder than many types of woods. It’s a comfortable and eco-chic surface that stands up well to water and foot traffic. Bamboo is produced in an array of colors and plank widths. If you’re considering this type of flooring for your kitchen, then I suggest educating yourself on the advantages, disadvantages, types and costs before moving forward.
Saltillo Tiles: These flooring tiles are used to create a Mediterranean-style kitchen. To accomplish this look, you’re encouraged to incorporate lively colors, rustic hardware and (of course) Saltillo tile flooring. This particular tile brings a warm, inviting look to the kitchen. Terra-Cotta Tile: Select this tile if you’re going for an Old World Charm-style kitchen. It’s a beautiful and classic material that’ll add warmth and geometric interest to the room. Natural Stone: This material is an expensive and high-end flooring option, but it’s absolutely stunning. Natural stone (including marble or travertine) is timeless, durable and easy to clean. Experts suggest using larger pieces which give you a seamless, impressive look and less grout to clean.
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