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Hardwood Floor in The Kitchen Ideas



Did you know? Adding wood flooring to your kitchen is an up and coming trend in the modern homes in Singapore. Since our kitchens are normally high traffic areas prone to scratching and staining, certain kinds of wood floors are often better than others.

Here are some design ideas for hardwood flooring in the kitchen that we absolutely love!​

THE ONE WITH RUSTIC LOOK


Giving your home a rustic look gives it a warm, cozy feel, making anyone who enters immediately comfortable. The rustic interior design style is a great way to highlight the authentic beauty of natural materials, celebrate tastes that do not like a lot of fuss and make you feel at home. The heart of rustic design focuses on one basic concept: start with what your house can give you.



THE ONE WITH HERRINGBONE PATTERN




Oak herringbone floors stand up against this minimalist kitchen’s white cabinetry and geometric lamps.

THE ONE WITH TIMBER FLOORING AND MATCHING CABINETS


Kitchen trends change, kitchen colors schemes come and go, and preferences for kitchen flooring ideas shift, but oak flooring with complementary cabinets remain a tried-and-true look for cookspaces everywhere. Wood materials with a lot of character and texture are best for the stained, more organic look. American walnut, oak, and Brazilian teak are also good options.

THE ONE WITH SOLID TIMBER WALL CLADDING




Want to create a unique wood wall cladding for your kitchen to stand out from the rest? Customise one to your liking and send in your enquiry with our form below.

THE ONE WITH WIDE PLANKS



Wide plank wood flooring in the kitchen? Yes. Wood adds a warm and organic element to what is often the most modern room in the house. Wood also contrasts well with sleek or metal kitchen surfaces. More homeowners are choosing to add wide plank flooring as a way to put their unique imprint on flooring.

THE ONE WITH SOLID TIMBER COUNTERTOP


A timber benchtop introduces a textured, organic surface into your kitchen to give it warmth and appeal. Solid timber brings an extra level of luxury to a space and, located in the hub of your home



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