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We’re so excited to take you along on a design journey today! Today on the blog, we’re sharing a kitchen mood board design we put together using the prettiest wood flooring samples from NovaFloor. For more kitchen designs to inspire you, check our our light and dark kitchen mood boards we put together earlier this year. If you’re ready to get into it, keep scrolling – We can’t wait to share this fresh design with you all!
The first step in putting together this kitchen design was choosing our floor sample. NovaFloor sent us a wide range of luxury vinyl flooring samples to choose from, and we naturally gravitated towards the lighter and neutral wood tones. When we’re looking for wood flooring in our projects, we always look for products that are durable, high-quality, and of course, beautiful. These samples check all the boxes for us!
After carefully reviewing all of the samples, we opted to design our kitchen space around their French Oak Pebble flooring sample. It’s the perfect warm wood flooring hue that doesn’t read too orange or yellow, and we felt it would make such a pretty statement in a bright kitchen design.
Next up in the design process was choosing the rest of our finishes to complement the wood flooring! A natural stone slab with minimal veining was the perfect countertop choice, and we went with a handmade white subway backsplash tile to keep the focus on the floors. Transitional polished nickel hardware tied together the rest of the finishes and has such a pretty way of reflecting the rest of the tones in the space.
The Design Details
After we finalized the finishes, we moved on to one of our favorite parts of designing a space – The details! When it came to paint, we knew we wanted to keep the main cabinetry and drywall simple with a bright warm white hue. Then, a pale grey-green completed the color palette in such a pretty way. We love using a pop of color like this in a kitchen either on the island cabinetry or in a pantry space. To bring in some warmth and softness, we pulled two linen fabric samples that would be perfect for counter stool upholstery or pillows in a breakfast nook. We also opted for woven wood shades to add extra texture to our design.
We had so much fun putting together this kitchen mood board design, and we hope you love it, too! Would you use a design like this in your kitchen remodel? Let us know in the comments! To learn more about NovaFloor’s innovative and luxury flooring selections, head to their website. We can’t wait to share our next mood board design with you – Thanks for following along!