Yes, it creates a two-tone kitchen instead of an all white one.
In this South Carolina guest house kitchen, designer Melissa Ervin painted the floor in the bright color of a golf-course lawn. Stop and think: would this look as charming if the floor were plain wood?In the Blue Floor Kitchen, a robin’s egg epoxy paint was used with equally stunning effect.He didn’t believe me at first that there was no need to sand when using the chalk paint you just need to wash the cabinetry first with sugar soap to remove any grease or grime from especially around the cooking area etc. There’s a long living room behind that wall so it would flow nicely from kitchen to dining room to living room.Plus there is a working fireplace in that room which we light all through the winter and it would be visible from the kitchen also making for a really cozy set-up!Bistro floors sometimes have borders and always have an eye-catching repeated pattern.
One drawback to ceramic tile is that it can become slippery when wet.The red Grazzi Kitchen Island from John Boos has a cherry top. A Canadian couple, who built this all white kitchen in their Vancouver, B. Craftsman home, chose an antique workbench instead of a built-in island.The irregularity of the top plus the patina of age warm up the kitchen and give it a sense of history as well.Even a hue as neutral as blue-gray adds individuality and makes the kitchen memorable.A kitchen floor can function like a carpet in a room when color, pattern or texture is introduced.My husband and I moved back home to Ireland from America with our three children sixteen years ago and made our new home here in County Clare.