Published at Friday, 20 October 2017 by Paige Martin in Kitchen Floor, with total 39 pictures.
Choose from two types of hardwood: solid or engineered. Both are suitable for the kitchen and offer benefits. Solid Hardwood is milled from a single piece of wood. The typical choice for wood "purists," this type of floor can be sanded and refinished repeatedly. Because it's susceptible to humidity, it can't be installed in damp spaces—so keep that in mind if your kitchen is particularly prone to water spills.
Woven or stranded construction. bamboo, the hardest type available, is made from shredded strands of bamboo compressed with resin. This surface is exotic and beautiful. Colors. Bamboo comes in many colors, but these are the primary options. Natural bamboo is blond. Stained bamboo comes in a variety of colors; stains can be translucent or opaque. Carbonized or caramelized bamboo is pressure-heated to brown the sugar compounds. This produces a warm color without using stains or dyes.
For comfort-conscious cooks, cork is a great floor: Its inherent softness and springiness makes standing for long periods much easier on backs, legs, and feet. And if you drop your favorite soup tureen, chances are it will bounce rather than break.