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Kitchen floors probably suffer the most wear and tear of any spot in the house, so they deserve careful attention. Shannon looks at the four main flooring options:
Luxury Vinyl is a perfect flooring choice for those wanting a hard flooring plank option, whether it be replicating a distressed or whitewashed timber look, stone, dark marble effect or just a plain tile option.
The Best Flooring Options for Kitchens From hardwood to vinyl kitchen flooring options, find the best kitchen flooring for you.
More: 7 Kitchen Flooring Materials That’ll Treat Your Feet Vinyl The variety and the quality of finishes available today make them suitable for a very wide range of applications and homes (and commercial dwellings, too!).
Kitchen Flooring There is a huge variety of kitchen flooring on the market, but they don’t all offer the same levels of quality or esthetics. A floor must be able to withstand daily wear and tear,
KITCHEN FLOORING: A Kitchen Floor That's Like A Mirror! Kitchen design tends to be centered around the appliances, the cupboards and the benchtops! However, there is a far greater piece of the kitchen make-up that can often be over looked.
Hard flooring options cover timber, tiles, polished concrete, cork, rubber and vinyl. They're easy to clean and durable. They're easy to clean and durable. Timber flooring, including floating floors and bamboo flooring, is highly durable and if well sealed will be resistant to spills, stains and chemicals.
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The best home flooring options including timber, tiles, bamboo, vinyl, cork and carpet. Our experts walk you through what floor to put in your home.
Choosing the right kind of flooring for your home can be difficult because there are a large number of options. Your choice is going to depend on the room the flooring is for, the type of products you like, and the amount of foot traffic the floor material will be subjected to.
Light kitchen flooring and white-washed cabinetry creates a cool, monochromatic look. Engineered wood can go anywhere in your home, but it's especially handy in rooms where water might be an issue. The kitchen flooring shrinks and expands less than solid woods, making it less vulnerable to moisture damage.
Recently, my husband and I were faced with the task of replacing the flooring throughout our home. We had carpet that was 15 years old; it was stained and warn out. After doing a lot of looking around, we opted for laminate wood floors for the kitchen, dining room, living room, foyer, and hallway.