Exploring Common Kitchen Flooring Options
Posted on January 24, 2012 by jlamberski
While kitchen flooring needs to stand up to the toughest spills and bumps, it also needs to make a strong aesthetic statement as flooring has a great impact on the overall look and feel of your kitchen design. With today’s available options, homeowners have a tough decision when it comes to choosing kitchen floors. What flooring would you choose to achieve a certain look?
Wood . . .
Exotic hardwoods can be perfect for providing a rich tone to contrast light or neutral color pallets
Eco-friendly reclaimed wood flooring offers a beautiful, antique look
Engineered wide-plank flooring can offer extra stability and durability while offering the same natural warmth and beauty as hardwood
Natural Stone . . .
Limestone can create a wonderful weathered look and offers versatility when choosing tile configurations
Concrete . . .
With its sleek, industrial look, concrete flooring has become a very popular choice for modern and minimalist kitchens
Porcelain . . .
Earth toned porcelain tiles with textured appearances can work in rustic or contemporary kitchens
1) Armstrong via Kitchens.com
2) Carlisle Wide Plank Floors via Kitchens.com
3) Bruce Hardwood Floors via Kitchens.com
4) Ann Sacks via Kitchens.com
5) via HGTV.com
6) Daltile via Kitchens.com