March 24, 2013
Ever wish that every morning could feel like a weekend morning? There's nothing quite so luxurious as sliding out of bed and enjoying a cup of hot coffee in the kitchen as you peruse the paper or quickly check your email. In fact, it seems like only on weekends do you actually notice and enjoy your kitchen! If you're looking to bring that cozy Saturday and Sunday morning quality to your home every A.M., consider how a little room design could help. With the right floors from Anderson, like the Cimarron collection, and a touch of character courtesy of a new breakfast nook, your suddenly start loving your kitchen all week long - even when you've got to leave for work in 15 minutes! Just follow these steps.
Go with hardwood flooring for the warm hues
Welcoming, jovial and filled with character. These are all ways to describe Anderson Floors' Cimarron collection. These rugged, red oak floors are filled with intricate textures and vibrant grain patterns, but best of all they carry a made-by-hand quality you won't find elsewhere. Anderson Floors has been in the business for more than half a century, and the care and technique these engineers, designers and craftsmen have perfected shows in each board. Furthermore, the inviting hues are sure to make your kitchen the most well-loved in the home.
Go with a breakfast nook for cozy morning rituals
Breakfast nooks are a lost art. While you can still find them in plenty of homes, these aren't corners meant to be dashed together to save on space in an eat-in kitchen. A breakfast nook is a work of interior design like any other, and you want yours to carry all the comfort and style you'd expect from a major home renovation. Consider everything from lighting to seating style, and make it as big or slight as you like!
Go with big windows for plenty of daylight
It's a popular choice to place breakfast nooks alongside windows - and for good reason. All that natural light isn't only great for the decor, it's sure to make any meal look all the more vibrant and delicious. In general, your kitchen is a room where lighting is of the utmost importance, so take this opportunity to let a little more in.
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