Kitchens are one of the most important rooms in the house, so it is incredibly vital that you get the design right, particularly the flooring. There are a wide range of options available, and in today’s blog we’re going to break them down for you.
The first we’re taking a look at is possibly the best option on the market, vinyl tiles. It is the best alternative to hardwood, and has a very similar style and appearance. It offers incredibly good water and stain resistance and offers both durability and versatility. Spillages cause low levels of damage, and excellent slip resistance. Cleaning is also really easy, all it needs is a quick clean with a mop and the job is done!
The most popular option on the market is hardwood flooring. One of the most durable floorings on the market, and incredibly hardwearing whilst still keep intact a wonderful sense of style and grandeur. There are a large number of cheap wood flooring options available that are superb options for kitchens. Solid oak with a lacquered finish is your best option due to a excellent level of water resistance. Kitchens can be a place of high traffic and heavy footfall so it is very important you ensure you choose something durable to handle the pressure.
The final option we’re going to look at is laminate. It is nice and simple to clean and take care of. Regular sweeping with a dust mop will keep your laminate in top condition. It is also easily one of the most cost effective floorings on the market. If on a budget then this is definitely our recommendation. It is also really easy to install due to its click-loc system. This system is as it sounds, it clicks into place very easily.
We hope our guide has helped you. There’s no right or wrong answer to this debate, and it is simply down to personal choice.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post