By Hans-Jochen KörnerOn Aug 18, 2017 Kitchen Floor
Vinyl for a Kitchen Floor
Another inexpensive flooring option is vinyl tile or sheet. Some people think of old kitchens when it comes to vinyl but vinyl has come a long way from the old linoleum floors of the past. Patterns, colors and designs have taken over the market, bringing style and beauty to any kitchen. The best thing about vinyl is that you can really save money and install the floor yourself. A vinyl tile floor can make a clear statement or be a quiet, calming addition to your kitchen. It is up to you what type of vinyl tile you choose as there are thousands of options. These are just some of the flooring options that you have for your kitchen. Once you have narrowed down you selection, you should go and look to see what is available locally. It may just surprise you to see how many options you really have.
Concrete Floor in the Kitchen
Not many people may think of a concrete floor for the kitchen but they are becoming increasingly popular. A concrete floor designed for the kitchen is different than a regular concrete floor. These are decorative and stained concrete floors that can have patterns and color incorporated into their matrix. Concrete floors are very durable and are also very reasonable when compared to real wood floors.
Wood Flooring for the Kitchen
Wood floors are very common in kitchens. In fact, wood floors are definitely one of the most popular types of flooring options available. There are several different types of wood that you can choose for your floor. Whether you stick with a basic pine slat or get a little trendier and environmentally conscience and choose a bamboo wood floor the warmth of wood adds character to the space. The color and type of the wood you choose will depend on your kitchen's style and theme.
Laminate Flooring in the Kitchen
A less expensive choice for the kitchen floor is laminate. You may be surprised at just how many options you have to choose from when it comes to the new laminate flooring. Laminate floors that look like wood floors and can easily pass for a real genuine wood floor are very popular. There are laminate floors that look like tile as well as plain laminate floors that are very simple but can fit in perfect to play down a visually striking kitchen. Many people choose laminate floors because they can be installed easily and cost much less than a tile or real wood floor.
Your choice of kitchen floor will depend upon the style and look you wish to achieve in the room. There are certain flooring options that are more popular than others, but that doesn't mean that you have to fall in line. Here are a few different kitchen flooring ideas to consider.
Tile Flooring; Timeless and Tasteful
Another very popular type of flooring for the kitchen is tile. There are so many different options from different colors and designs to a variety of materials for your tile floor. Pick from plain tile floors, ones that are laid out in a design and others that resemble stone or are decorative. Both ceramic and porcelain tile require little maintenance and are resistant to stains and scratches. You do need to exercise some caution not to drop anything upon your tiles, though, since they are prone to cracking.
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