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Kitchen Floor to compliment parquet floor

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OrangeSunset Tue 14-May-13 13:19:26

We're trying to find a kitchen floor for our new kitchen-diner. Needs to be able to fitted over underfloor heating.
The new room will be open-plan with the existing dining room, which has parquet floor. This is quite dark at the moment, but we're sanding it back so should end up as a light reddish-brown.

Other things about the room; it's north-west facing, but will have a wall of glass and roof lights; the kitchen units will be a light grey, with a white corian top. Kitchen splashback will be white metro tiles. Island will possibly be in Little Greene Polar Blue.

Would like polished concrete, but costs too much. DH has suggested grey travatine, but wonder if that will look too farmhouse-y.

Any suggestions? I'm having real trouble deciding, and it's the last (and most expensive!) element of decoration to decide.

Thank you!

wonkylegs Tue 14-May-13 16:13:03

We've got a mottled creamish porcelain large format tile next to a oak floor and it looks very smart as well as being very practical.

ajandjjmum Tue 14-May-13 16:22:35

What about one of the Amtico tiles? Expensive, but it's good and there is a fantastic choice of finishes!

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