Kitchen floor! Yes, with an exclamation mark. Because, is it more exciting than renovating your kitchen? The kitchen floor has a great work to do: they have to face a lot of foot traffic, ignore spills and stains, and look great while doing so. Luckily, you’ve got plenty of options.
So many factors play a role in choosing a kitchen floor: How much do you cook? Is this an open floor plan? What’s most durable? We have pulled out the guesses and selected four types of floors that make the most sense for the kitchen, and we explain why they are ideal.
The kitchen is a room that offers the best opportunity to make an impact with the floor. Anything you choose to wear should work hard as well as be stylish. There are many options-for the floor that serves as a backdrop, there are wooden plank floors, simple flags, and parquet floors.
Looking for something to complement your home with inheritance? Choose the original stone floor or reclamation wood. If your floor will be an important part of your kitchen, you can choose to be brave with painted floor boards, patterned vinyl or striking tiles.