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Kitchen Floor Help Again

Posted by pam533 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 27, 13 at 12:37

Hi. I posted this somewhere (can you believe I can't find it!), but figured I should post it in kitchens to get more help. I am wondering if you all think this kitchen floor is too busy for my kitchen. My flooring lady thinks it is, hubby loves it. I like the samples, but am afraid it might be overwhelming when it gets laid in kitchen, laundry and downstairs bath. It is a completely random pattern, so that is the way I laid out the samples. What do you all think? I would appreciate any opinions. Please look at the other pics of my kitchen, too, to get an idea of the area. It is even bigger since the area wraps around a corner. Thanks so much!!

Here is a link that might be useful: Kitchen Floor Photos

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RE: Kitchen Floor Help Again

Okay, I noticed my link wasn't working, so am trying this again.

Here is a link that might be useful: Floor and Kitchen Pics

RE: Kitchen Floor Help Again

I'm not sure about the pattern, but you already hove lots of brown tones in your kitchen, with the cabinets, counters and furniture. It might be best to find a tile that will provide a better color contrast, at least in your kitchen.

RE: Kitchen Floor Help Again

I agree that there's too much brown. And I found your other post! It's in the Home Decorating Conversations section.

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