Change Your Home One Step at a Time

Change Your Home One Step at a Time

Can't Decide on the Right Flooring for Your New Kitchen? 4 Options to Consider

by Aiden Carroll

If you're planning a kitchen remodeling project, don't forget to upgrade the flooring too. The last thing you want is to have a brand new kitchen on an old kitchen floor. Upgrading your flooring during a remodeling job is the perfect time to do it. After all, everything is torn out and you have a empty space to work with.

Before you make a final decision on the flooring for your new kitchen, take the time to make sure you choose the one that's right for you. Here four flooring options for you to consider.

Hardwood Flooring

If you want to achieve a warm, comfortable feel in your new kitchen, you should take a look at hardwood flooring. It's not just for your livingroom and family room anymore. Hardwood flooring in your kitchen feels good under your feet, and will look beautiful with just about any décor. The one downside to hardwood flooring is that it doesn't hold up well to water. Not only that, but they can get scratched and gouged easily. So if you have kids who tend to spill a lot, or you tend to drop a lot of vagetable cans, you might want to look at other flooring options.

Ceramic Tile Flooring

If you're going for a more classic feel for you new kitchen, you might want to consider ceramic tile. Ceramic tile comes in a wide variety of styles and textures, which means you'll find the right one for your new kitchen. Not only that, but ceramic tile is affordable, easy to maintain, and goes well with just about any décor. One downside to ceramic tile is that it can get quite slippery when it's wet. The grout is also susceptible to stains, but you can avoid that problem by cleaning up spills as soon as they happen.

Vinyl Flooring

If you're looking for a durable floor that fits well in any budget, you'll want to look at vinyl flooring. Vinyl flooring fits any budget, and comes in a wide assortment of colors and patterns. It's also easy to install, and very low maintenance. Vinyl flooring comes in sheets, or self-adhesive squares. One downside to vinyl flooring is that it can be damaged by scraping chairs sharp objects.

Poured Concrete Flooring

If you're looking for something that's durable, low-maintenance, and virtually indestructible, you'll want to look at poured concrete flooring. Concrete flooring can be tinted to a variety of colors, and sealed to a high gloss shine. Not only that, but stamping and etching allow you to give your concrete flooring a distinctive appearance. The one downside to concrete flooring is that you'll need to have it sealed at least once a year to help it maintain its beauty and durability.

These are just four options to consider. To learn more about kitchen flooring, contact local kitchen remodel contractors. 


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Change Your Home One Step at a Time

The best way to handle major home renovations is to take them one step at a time. Instead of trying to change your whole home at once, start small. I started with the guest bathroom, then the guest bedroom, then moved on to my kids’ rooms, my bedroom, and the living room. Now I’m working on remodeling the kitchen. I started this blog to help other people who are attempting major home renovations. I’ll show you how to change your whole home by breaking it up into manageable chunks. Wondering which kitchen counters are right for you, or how to add more space to your bedroom? We’ll go over the pros and cons of different materials and discuss DIY renovation projects. Before you know it, you’ll have created your dream home.