Floored: Keeping Uniformity in your Kitchen/Bathroom
You’ve got the cabinets and shower/tub portions of your kitchen and bathroom covered; now comes to dealing with those pesky floors. Which kind of floor do you go with? Tile or hardwood? Both? The recommended way of handling this is to keep uniformity with your remodel. This will help you make sure you can have the same materials at the ready or in a little excess in case of a shortage. Tiled flooring is the best option for both your bathroom and kitchen. A lighter shade of tile color will be most beneficial to keeping uniformity and producing a desired outcome when the job is done.
I would go with large tiles (12 in. x 12 in., 12 in. x 24 in., or 24 in. x 24 in.) to make the process a little easier on you. Tearing up your old floors will take a little time, but the end result will be worth the extra effort. The larger tiles will make it easier on you to adhere to the ground and place within a dimensional accuracy. Having the bathroom and kitchen floors matching will give an overall flow to your house and keep a nice set of balance between areas like the living room and bedrooms. This process will take time, but won’t run you nearly as much as if you’d hired someone to perform this part of the remodel.
Remodeling your kitchen isn’t as difficult as it’s cracked up to be. Knowing the style you are going for and remaining within the budget, you can find affordable options that fit your likeness at any home improvement or hardware store. Make sure they have enough supplies to fund your dimensions and measurements before purchasing and you’ll be in good shape.