FLOORING in kitchen and dining room.
Well, here is the first thing we need to tackle in the house.
The flooring in the kitchen is, in a word, TRASHED!
I don't want to even speculate as to what happened to it, but it needs to be taken up and replaced.
So, here's the dilemma.....What flooring to put in it's place.????????????
Floors that are staying are the oak flooring in the foyer, the neutral carpet in the Living room, and the same carpet in the Den.
We have a foyer hallway that leads into the kitchen is a light, natural finished oak and I like it, but I'm not sure if I want to run it through the kitchen and the dining room.
What are your thoughts on flooring?
Tile? Stone? Wood?
Wood, the same as the foyer?
A darker wood?
Don't think I'd like two different woods like that on the floor running into each other even though I like the look of dark, rich floors.
Whatever we use in the kitchen, we were thinking laying in the dining room as well.
Stone? Love this and it could be the same tone as the wood in the foyer
That's a thought.
I like how similar tones in different materials look, so I'm also considering using tile or stone in the kitchen and back to the lighter natural oak for the dining room.
What to do, what to do????
I'm not usually stumped and can be very decisive when it comes to someone else's decor dilemma, but I find myself a little confused when it comes to my project.
So, what cha think???
Here's kind of where I'm at right now..
Use a tile or stone in the kitchen that will pick up the oak tone of the foyer flooring and then lay the wood floor that matches the light oak foyer flooring in the dining room.
I'm going to some showrooms to play this week and see what combos I can find.