The kitchen is one of the most valued rooms in a family’s home, so it’s not surprising that it is also one of the rooms that a family is willing to spend the extra money to makeover. If you’re looking to give your kitchen a new look starting with your floors, there are several factors that are important to consider. You should consider whether or not you have an open floor plan, and how often the kitchen will be used in order to select the right kitchen floor material to use.
For those that spend a great amount of time entertaining and cooking in the kitchen, vinyl is the best choice of kitchen floor material. Both waterproof and stain proof, vinyl is also the easiest to maintain, requiring only a mop and a broom. Vinyl is budget and foot friendly, as it is the softest hard surface option, making it easier on both your feet and your wallet.
PURstone Luxury Vinyl Tile in the style Emperador Travertine.
Tile, the toughest kitchen floor material that can handle anything that is dragged or dropped on the floor, is low maintenance and stain-resistant, which is great for those families with animals or young children who are prone to spilling drinks and food.
Design Distinctions Tile in the style Cooper
With warmth and visual appeal comes hardwood, which is low maintenance, moisture resistant, and simply never goes out of style. For those with an open floor plan, hardwood is the perfect kitchen floor material option, as it allows for a smooth transition from your kitchen to the connecting rooms.
Downs Performance Hardwood in the style Kinetic
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