Ran across this photo of a bright white small kitchen with a wonderful green floor.
Turns out the floor is a huge sheet of green colored linoleum.
I like this idea. Still keeps the overall design bright and fresh but adds a bit of vivid personality to this cooking space.
Cool thing is that using the right kind of linoleum can be environmentally friendly too. See below for some green colored green natural linoleum floor options!
|Marmoleum natural linoleum tile colors (above)|
What do you think of this green colored flooring? Like or dislike? Would you ever consider putting linoleum on your kitchen floors? Hmmm...food for thought!
P.S. On Saturday, I went to a fab bridal shower for dear friend AZ who is getting married in Mexico in a few weeks. Am off to a destination wedding and am so excited to travel and to see my good friend get married. Anyhoooo...while at the shower I ran into Megan Dostal, co-founder of Further, an eco friendly company that makes these cool biodegradable hand soaps, lotions and now candles. I've met Megan a few times over the years at AZ's birthday parites but we never really got a chance to talk. This time we did. I found out that Further was founded by Megan and her husband Marshall. He began making the soaps in their garage out of recycled vegetable oils picked up from local restaurants! Just 3 years later, their products are in 400 stores and restaurants nationwide! I love a great entrepeneur story. Plus the soap and the lotion are quite fabulous too. Can't wait to catch up with them at the wedding. See the soap below!
|Further - Hand Soap - $17 (Made from the glycerin derived from the distillation of biofuel. Biodegradable. No animal testing)(above)|
P.P.S. Hope you have a great green Wednesday!
Photos: Bolig Maganiset