Kitchen Flooring Design Ideas
When it comes to kitchen design ideas, you’ll find inspiration in the many stylish choices available in flooring. Take a look at some of today's most popular kitchen design ideas.
5 Kitchen Flooring Options
Hardwood – A premium choice, hardwood flooring is durable enough to last a lifetime, while adding real value to your home. Most homeowners prefer hardwood floors for their striking natural colors, richly detailed grain patterns and their one-of-a-kind elegant style. Hardwood alone contributes a variety of unique kitchen design ideas – exotic tropical and traditional domestic species, wide-plank, authentic hand-sculpted and distressed planks – all with the richness and character you demand for your home.
Luxury vinyl – Achieve high-end looks with two kitchen design ideas in luxury vinyl. Luxury vinyl tile in our Alterna and Alterna Reserve collections captures the realism of beautiful, natural stone and ceramic, while providing a soft surface that feels warm and comfortable underfoot. Luxury vinyl plank accurately represents real hardwood colors and textures in a vinyl product that’s easy to install and waterproof.
Vinyl sheet – Innovative print technology in our Duality™ Premium Plus and Duality Premium vinyl sheet floors captures realism so true to nature that floors look like actual stone and hardwood. When you factor in excellent durability and superior stain protection, it’s no surprise that vinyl ranks high among great kitchen design ideas.
Laminate – If low-maintenance and durability are important in your floor-buying decision, then explore the many options available in laminate floors. Not only is laminate highly durable, it offers real wood and stone looks at a fraction of the cost of the real thing.
Vinyl tile – a DIY favorite, vinyl tile comes in an amazing assortment of patterns and styles that make it easy to customize the floor you want. Vinyl tile has a long-lasting finish that resists scratches and scuffs, plus a protective layer that guards against rips, tears and gouging. It’s affordable and easy to maintain, making vinyl tile a great value.