Redoing a kitchen can bring major change while adding value to your home. So, if you are planning to reconstruct or remodel your kitchen then you need to first decide your kitchen floor. MADS Creations brings some best Kitchen Flooring ideas for your home which are not just easy on maintenance but fits your budget as well.
Engineered wood is a good option for any home area where water or moisture is an issue. Due to its less expanding & shrinking quality, an engineered wood is highly practical than hardwood or laminated wood, which makes it perfect for kitchen flooring. Rich stained Oak flooring is the first choice when it comes to Engineered Wood flooring.
Go for Concrete Flooring for a clean, contemporary kitchen style. It is a great kitchen flooring option as it has the ability to take any colour, shade, pattern and sheen. Plus, it is very budget-friendly and can be fashioned to resemble any stone.
Try poured resin floor for a smooth finished look in your kitchen. Made from biopolymers or polyurethane resin, the liquid mix is poured over the floor and left to set. The end product is waterproof, durable, and easy-to-clean flooring, which works well for a large area kitchen.
Luxury Vinyl flooring in the kitchen feels softer and more comfortable than wooden or tile flooring. It is specially designed for easy maintenance and is light on owner’s pocket as well, leaving the savings for upgrading other kitchen appliances.
Textured Brick flooring is an ideal choice for those who want a texture to get an antique look for their kitchen. Slate tile flooring also gives the same classic look. Both kitchen flooring types are durable and can be easily cleaned up.
Interior designers use bamboo flooring for a mix and match effect and to bring in the airy and lightening effect to the kitchen with a large area. For keeping bamboo earth-friendly, make sure to use water-based stains and top coats labelled as low-VOC-emission products.
Consider mix and match decorative tiles flooring for creating a patchwork pattern in a kitchen. You can opt retro-style black and white flooring, or patterned tiles for an illustrated designer look in your kitchen.