So when your family is gathering in your rustic kitchen at mealtimes, you want to be sure that
Brick might seem like the obvious option for a rustic kitchen floor, but the baked orange clay can begin to flake with wear. Opt for tile flooring that
There’s just something about a natural stone floor that gives a
Looking for a kitchen floor that’s rustic but a little more Spanish in style and less country? You’re going to fall in love with a brick-like tile that creates a pattern across your floor. The one color gives continuity while the pattern creates interest. (via
If there is one thing about wood floors, it’s that they are rather a pain to put in. So if you’re lamenting about putting one in your rustic kitchen, consider installing it but leaving off the staining and preserving part. Just sand it down smooth and enjoy the woody smell that will forever inhabit your kitchen.
Just because it’s rustic doesn’t mean you need to forgo black altogether. Opting for a black tile or stone floor will give your kitchen a bit of drama without making things look too industrial. (via
Many rustic spaces focus on cream hues and pastel tones so you really want to watch yourself when it comes to wood flooring. Go for a gray stain or gray wood that won’t clash with your creamy kitchen. (via
Maybe you really have your heart set on a brick floor in your rustic kitchen. You have our blessing. Consider installing it in a
Speaking of herringbone, wood herringbone floors have really become a trend lately and it’s no wonder! When you have wood grains going in different directions, it will really set of any kitchen floor.
Maybe you already have wood floors and you’re looking to give your rustic kitchen a fresh new look. You’ll find the answer in a can of white paint. While it’s not recommended if you’re likely to have little people or little paws running through the room with muddy feet, it can be a great and frugal option for the house shoes family. (via