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This is Why Hardwood Flooring is a Great Option for Kitchens

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b2ap3_thumbnail_18432783_S.jpg Contrary to popular belief, it is the floor that makes a kitchen. Think about it: what’s the first thing you notice when you see a beautiful kitchen in a design magazine? The astounding color of that kitchen, of course, starting first with the floor layout. A floor is the foundation of the kitchen’s aesthetic, giving life to the room, or, if not done well, taking it away. And, to make sure the latter doesn’t happen, your best bet is hardwood.


With a hardwood floor, you add a rustic look to your kitchen that opens it up to a more comfortable feel. It’s as if you can transform any kitchen just by laying some oak down. But there is something about hardwood flooring that linoleum tiles, marble, and carpeting cannot provide. So, what is it?


Well, a floor, first and foremost, needs to breathe. No, like actually breathe: a hardwood floor is, in the end, a product of nature, and is vulnerable to outside forces, like humidity and spills. That said, the flooring requires upkeep, but that maintenance works in your favor. It keeps your kitchen fresh in a way that metal or plastic interior design cannot provide. Again, it’s about the comfortable feel that only a beautiful, colorful set of wood can add.


And that’s another thing: the color. Oak, mahogany, ash, cedar… hardwood flooring has an enormous set of options to choose from, which are not necessarily available to other materials. Also, the offset of the flooring’s color is something that only hardwood flooring can provide. We all know that feeling we get when see a dark mahogany floor match the cabinetry and island table.  It’s seriously magic.


In the end, we want every kitchen to have that “Aha” moment the minute you walk into it. And we just think that, based on the reasons above, a hardwood flooring is the most plausible way of pulling this off. That said, we wholeheartedly endorse the use of hardwood flooring for your kitchen today.