We're intrigued by rubber floors in the kitchen. We've seen some great installations of rubber flooring in kitchens across the Apartment Therapy network, and we just saw this sleek kitchen with a rubber floor featured in Metropolitan Home. Read on for a few more examples of rubber flooring in the kitchen, and tell us: do you have rubber floors?
We know you're still cleaning out cupboards and organizing pots and pans as part of the Cure. Decorating may be a ways off. But we thought we'd give you a little jolt of colorful inspiration. A pretty rug is a quick way to add life to a kitchen (and perhaps cover up ugly floors). The problem is that it's bound to get dirty. So all of these choices are either made of a durable outdoor fabric that's easy to clean, or they're cheap enough that you can toss 'em when they get nasty.
Project: How to add spice to a tired kitchen floor
Time: 2 weekends
Cost: Around $90
The kitchen floor is one thing that seems obviously off-limits for re-do in a rental (or even an owned) kitchen. Cost and hassle are just too much for most people to even think of replacing an ugly floor. Well, not Dominique! She covered over a bad old floor-job with a protective and colorful new surface. Read on to see how!
Wood floors in the kitchen - what do you think of this? We've been in many homes that have bare boards in the kitchen. We like the soft, cool feel of it underfoot - so different from hard tile. But - cleaning? We love the look but are curious about the practicality.
Do you have wood floors in the kitchen? Tell us what you think. More info on the flooring above after the break.