Using Different Concrete Overlays to Define Space Between a Kitchen and Dining Room

Concrete Overlays are perfect for condos

Concrete Overlays are perfect for condos

At one time, only loft apartments offered open floor plans. Today, most people prefer a home with rooms that flow from one to another. For smaller houses, this creates the illusion of having a lot of space, and the interior does not feel as confined. If you have an open home in Baton Rouge but want to define separate rooms without using walls, concrete overlays are perfect.

As an example, if you have a kitchen and dining room that serve as one functional space, you can define the two rooms. With Sundek concrete overlays like SunStamp, Tuscan, Classic Texture, and others, you can accomplish your goal and have the perfect space to entertain guests.

Since there are so many available options, concrete overlays are an exciting solution. With SunStamp, a professional installer can use a stamping mat that makes your dining room floor look exactly like hardwood. To give that room a little formality, you might opt for a wide plank design. Then, for the kitchen, you can select the same “wood” but in thinner planks. A narrow line consisting of two-inch vertical strips between the two would look stunning as a separator.

Another way to define space between the kitchen and dining room in your Baton Rouge home is to select concrete overlays in coordinating colors. For this, SunSplash is an excellent product. A dark blue enhanced with a thick gray border going around the perimeter would make your dining room pop. As for the kitchen, you can reverse the colors, using the gray for the central area of the floor along with a thick border in dark blue.

Regardless of the color or design you select, not only will concrete overlays define the space between your kitchen and dining room, but they will also enhance the beauty of the two areas. In fact, with aggregates added or the right texture, the installer can make the floor in your kitchen slip-resistant.