The kitchen is a dangerous place for textiles — crumbs, grease, red wine spills. Yet in spite of this a few brave souls put rugs in their kitchens. There are plenty of advantages: rugs are a great way to add color in a neutral-toned kitchen, and they add a little cushioning underfoot in a space where you spend a lot of time on your feet. Plus they're just pretty. What do you think: is a rug in the kitchen a do or a don't?
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design | The building was designed by Eugene firm 2form Architecture and is surrounded by a meditation garden by Kurisu International, designers of Portland’s Japanese Gardens.