This may be quite rare. The Viking stone kitchen style is one of the uncommon kitchen style discussed lately. The fabric or manufacturer does not set this style as their ready to stock kitchen design. They are always be one of those with customize kitchen design. Most people will usually prefer to choose natural stone as granite or marble, the Viking stone? That is another case. Since the use of the material is quite rare, the kitchen design is also rarely found in practice. This style will not be fit for small space. In contrary, the normal or larger size of home with larger size of kitchen is quite hard to get these days. So, what is the Viking stone kitchen mostly talks about?
The material surface of Viking stone is definitely hard. Imagine if you put your concrete material for fireplace and put them as your kitchen backsplash, right behind the stove. Artistic sense of the Viking stone kitchen looks very dramatic, like installing pieces of pre historic part in the house. If we take a look to the material characteristics of the stone Viking, this natural stone is obviously durable. Forget about regular polishes once in a year or re finishes the surface as the wooden or marble do. Stone Viking does not need any polishes or finishes, once you installing them in, you probably would never have to do anything with it anymore.
The bad possibility that will reduce the beauty of your Viking stone look is the soot or lampblack coming from the cooking process that will stain the surface. Because the surface of the material is rough, and cannot be clean just like that by water and soap, you might have to consult the maintenance procedures with the experts. The Viking stone kitchen also can be designed to be an outdoor kitchen. The material is hard enough to be stand in any types of weather and can resist any scratch and crash.
The color of Viking stone is various. From the broken white, grey, red brick, red-orange, and brown. These colors are considered as neutral colors that will goes to any types of kitchen appliances. You can combine the Viking stone with stainless steel, hard wood, or ceramic. The installment also relatively easy, but to get the best result, you may have to ask for help from the professional. So, try out for the new experience now.