Kitchen Faucet / August 24, 2018 / Harlee Brinkley.
Green pops off the wall in this gray and wood kitchen in Melbourne, Australia. In part because of its dynamic color variation and uneven border.
This is particularly important in an open-plan kitchen that flows directly into a living or dining area.
People tend to confuse linoleum with vinyl, but its a completely different substance. An all natural material made from linseed oil, resins, wood flour and more fell out of favor as synthetic flooring came into vogue.
The quintessential kitchen flooring surface, ceramic tile is a fail-safe bet for just about any style and budget. Your options for color, size, shape and pattern are virtually limitless. So you can create the look that suits you best, whether that’s sleek and contemporary or lavish Old World.