Marble and Mosaic: Brilliant! This design is like having it all. Wood, marble and mosaic. Common complaints with wood flooring in the kitchen is it’s difficult to keep clean. Spills and food stains are hard to avoid in the kitchen and that’s why creating hardwood flooring with a mosaic insert like this Cemetine B&W from CIOT within a marble border is genius. This gorgeous kitchen is from the Princess Margaret showroom in King City, Ontario.
Ceramic Tile: This is a great choice for kitchens or bathrooms because it’s super easy to clean, doesn’t harbour germs and fairly inexpensive. The protective layer and slick coat that rests over these slabs of clay makes them impervious to water, ideal for use in moist environments.
Hardwood: Wood creates an “urban loft” feel or a cozy cottage setting in the kitchen. If using wood in the kitchen, purchase products with sealers that make it viable for flooring and long term durability in the kitchen.
Farah is a natural designer. After staging and selling her first home she knew she had a knack for decorating homes to sell for the highest possible value. She received such great feedback from her first ‘project’ that she was asked by family and friends to do the same for them.