Real wood floors add both character and style to your kitchen, making a practical room so much more pleasing to the eye.
They are also very durable and really easy to maintain.
Are you keen to make the most of your living space? Then why not remove a few walls, to incorporate your kitchen into your living room! Kitchen come breakfast/living rooms are incredibly popular, especially for families or couples that enjoy entertaining. Lay a wood floor throughout, to create a seamless transition for one area to the other.
As wood is a natural material, any spillages should be wiped up straight away. Use a damp cloth, with a mild cleaner if necessary.
"Our kitchen really is the heart of our home. I love to cook, but I don't like cooking alone! So, we made it an annex of our living room, and now everyone congregates in the kitchen - which is just how I wanted it."
"Our floor has created real unity. There's no separation between the living room, dining room and kitchen. It's just one big space. I love the warmth it conveys, and I do appreciate the ease of cleaning! It's still a kitchen after all!"
Adam and Emma Renshaw