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The Hub Of The House - The Kitchen

The Hub Of The House - The Kitchen


Posted in Wood Flooring by Source on November 17th 2012
>The hub of your home is always the kitchen, it's where you cook, eat, and socialise. The homework's down e and many memories are made there, from birthday to christmas, and many  meal has been cooked and dishes washed.  So for that reason it's important that your kitchen is where it's important that everything looks right, don from the units to your flooring.

When it comes to kitchen flooring, there’s a whole host of options available, some of which are definitely better than others. There is a myth going back dozens of years that wood flooring is unsuitable in a kitchen area. Perhaps to some degree it may have been true in the past, but it is certainly not the case these days. Both wood flooring technology and wood flooring coatings have made a huge step forward in the last 10 years and, as you will read on, it is possible and very practical to fit wood flooring in the kitchen.

There’s no doubt that engineered wood flooring is one of the most stylish and appealing kitchen flooring solutions.  Thanks to its clever construction, engineered wood flooring will stand up to the temperature and moisture fluctuations that any domestic kitchen will throw at it.  And what’s more, available in a whole range of colours, wood species, finishes and board widths, engineered wood flooring really lets you achieve your desired kitchen results. The wood flooring option you choose for your kitchen will depend largely on the final effect you’re trying to create. One of the most important considerations when it comes to choosing the right wood flooring for your kitchen is that your choice will stand up to all the daily temperature and moisture fluctuations your room will throw at it.

For many people, the kitchen is the hub of the home.  It’s where meals are prepared and often it’s where they’re enjoyed too.  It’s also more often than not where the homework is done, and some of the most memorable moments are made.  It’s for this reason that the decoration and design decisions you make for your kitchen are really important.  When it comes to kitchen flooring, there’s a whole host of options available, some of which are definitely better than others. Engineered wood flooring does not react to temperature changes or to humidity conditions as solid wood does.

Each floorboard is made from three or four layers of syntactic material that are glued together and placed below a layer of real wood, commonly Oak or Walnut. The result is a wood floor that is not only attractive in its design, but also better suited for the kitchen. Warm and appealing, irrespective of whether you’re aiming for a state of the art look or a country kitchen appeal, engineered wood flooring will provide the perfect backdrop.

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