Week 6: Is It Okay To Put A Wood Floor In A Kitchen? (Your Kitchen Remodel Questions Answered)
We are treading carefully this week as we continue our blog series What You Need to Know About Kitchen Design. This week, Question 4.
Question 4: Is It Okay To Put A Wood Floor In A Kitchen?
Yes, you can put a wood floor in your kitchen. Wood floors never go out of style and look great with today’s white and gray painted cabinets. Be realistic, though.
Are you and your family willing to quickly clean up water and food that spills on the floor? Wood floors, in any room of the house, are susceptible to warping and staining when exposed to water. Still interested in wood?
A kitchen is a great place for a reclaimed or distressed wood floor. Distressed floors hide a multitude of sins and will let you relax and enjoy your new kitchen, including the wood floor.
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Next week we’ll answer Kitchen Design Question 3: How Do I Get More Space In My Kitchen Without Adding On?
Jackie Lopey embraced her creativity and passion over 10 years ago when she left her corporate job in San Francisco to become an interior designer. Since then she has worked with over a hundred satisfied clients transforming hundreds of rooms, and Jackie’s reputation now precedes her as one of the top Certified Interior Designers in the East Bay.
She has a keen eye for detail and uniquely intuits her clients wants and needs. If you want a home that is breathtaking and deeply personal, Jackie Lopey and her team at Venue are the experts you need to talk to.
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