Published at Wednesday, August 16th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen.
The kitchen has transformed over the years from a space strictly for cooking to a space for socializing in‐conjunction with guest entertaining. The kitchen is often at the core of a home, a responsibility which was previously fulfilled by the living room alone. Given all that, the design of kitchens in‐conjunction with even their layout has changed over time.
Now we're focusing a lot of making these spaces feel comfortable also inviting with that means we have to make certain choices when selecting the materials, colors, finishes plus textures. The kitchen floor material is more important than ever, especially now when we have so many different options to choose from. Let's have a look at some of the most popular ones in‐conjunction with see what makes each one special.
Concrete flooring is definitely not what it used to be. Not so long ago, we used to hide our concrete floors under tiles, wood planks as well as carpets in‐conjunction with only leave it exposed in outdoor areas or basements. We did that because they looked unfinished together with uninteresting puls they still do up to a certain point. Nevertheless, we ’ve now started to create the most of these distinctive peculiarity with all the others that define concrete flooring.
Polished substantial floors are popular not just in kitchen but also in living room, dining areas in‐conjunction with even bedrooms. They're a defining design characteristic of this house that used to be an old farmhouse. They're complemented by revealed cube walls also reclaimed wood elements.
Another defining feature of concrete flooring is the fact that it stays cool even when it's hot outside. That makes this a good option for warm weathers but can become a problem in cooler areas.For this house in Auckland, New Zealand designed by Bossley Architects, concrete kitchen flooring makes faultless sense.
When they designed this extension to a 1890's home in Hobart, Tasmania. MGArchitects chose concrete floors for their simplicity plus durability in‐conjunction with complemented them with gray walls, warm wooden features also full‐height windows that let in light with views.
Concrete floors are also a way of connecting a space to the outdoors in‐conjunction with of establishing a seamless transition. The Dihedral home designed by Arch11 is one of the many examples that can reflect this.
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