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What color flooring for this cab/countertop/backsplash combo?

Posted by RebeccaNOVA (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 9, 14 at 11:59

We are remodeling our kitchen and have just settled on white shaker cabinets, Blue Volga granite countertop, and white subway tile backsplash with a small strip of dark accent tiles. The combo will look something like this, but with subway instead of square tiles: images 29 and 30 on this page [you can 'find' volga on the page]: http://baronnigranitedesign.com/portfolio.asp

Every single photo I look at online has dark wood floors paired with this color combo, but for our family with 3 small kids, we really want to go with some kind of tile that hopefully doesn't break the bank. I was thinking a dark slate type of tile, but our kitchen isn't particularly big (about 14 1/2 x 12 with one over-sink window) - will dark flooring make it look like a cave? One reason we are going with a mainly white subway tile backsplash is to lighten things up. I have learned so much by lurking on this site, I look forward to hearing any thoughts! Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Blue Volga/White cab/White tile example


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RE: What color flooring for this cab/countertop/backsplash combo?

Dark flooring shows dust, etc. In my remodel I am avoiding dark, and finally decided to go with a clear maple.
Another consideration is that tile is very hard, and can be tough on your back if spend long hours cooking.
I was very intrigued by rubber flooring, which is available in a lot of colors. Its soft, diverse, and quiet.


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RE: What color flooring for this cab/countertop/backsplash combo?

I have a friend who put in cork, but I can just envision my kids tearing it up!


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