By k4gura. Flooring. At Tuesday, May 15th 2018, 23:17:46 PM.
Of course, your country kitchen could use some wood floors and you get definitely find laminate versions in a more rustic, farm-like fare. We are loving the dark contrast down below. This upbeat and bright living room would make anyone smile. And it’s bottomed out with a classic, wood-laminate flooring that really makes the entire space shine.
For some, separate rooms still hold their charm. But many homeowners today are taking a sledgehammer to their traditional floor plans so they can enjoy cooking, eating and movie watching all in one space. Decades ago, homes were built with the notion that every room has a distinct function. You cook in a kitchen, so it was a separate room — often with a door. Dining rooms were formal. Living rooms were for entertaining or relaxing, and were set apart from the kitchen.
A pattern is already starting to emerge: the combination of wood and concrete, two materials that complement each other beautifully and in every sense. Exposed concrete was used extensively by Henri Cleinge in the design of this home from Montreal, Canada but so was wood. These two materials define both the interior and the exterior living spaces.