Kitchen / July 2, 2018 /
Even in larger kitchens, sometimes it is hard to get as much counter space as you want. An island can help create an extra landing space for hot dishes, extra prep space, or even a spot to do your baking. It can also play into the visual or aesthetic portion of the design if you choose to make that countertop a contrasting or accent color.
The main concern with your kitchen floors is of course the look, but also safety concerns. There are trendy kitchen flooring options out there that are easy on the eyes, easy to clean and help prevent slips. Cork and linoleum are two excellent choices for a domestic kitchen that wants to mimic a professional setup. If you are set on harder flooring that is more prone to slips, invest in some well padded shoes to help prevent any accidents.