4 EYE-CATCHING AND FUNCTIONAL KITCHEN FLOOR OPTIONS
The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home. This is where meals are prepared, families gather, and culture is shared. The overall design and furnishings of the kitchen are closely regulated as each homeowner wants a kitchen that is all their own. Commonly overlooked are the floors. The types of flooring is just as important as their design. Read below to learn more about 4 types of flooring that offer quality and functionality.
If you are looking for a natural stone flooring option, then limestone is a great option! Although limestone flooring can be higher maintenance, they create a rustic ambience that could be missing from your current kitchen.
Kitchens are high traffic areas. If you are looking for that hardwood look and feel in your kitchen then oak flooring may be the best choice for you! Oak floors are known for their hardness and deep grain pattern. Making it more difficult to notice scratches, staining and dents.
If the high maintenance aspect to limestone flooring worries you, do not fret! Silestone flooring is an engineered stone and requires a lot less maintenance. Fortunately, Silestone floors come in a wide variety of colors and designs so you can choose the option that suits your style best. This particular material is great for kitchens and even bathrooms as it is extremely durable.
Admittedly, spills happen. Especially in the kitchen. Porcelain tiles are a great option as they are non porous and won’t absorb liquids. Hate the idea of tile flooring in your kitchen? It’s okay, porcelain tiles come in a variety of styles. Some porcelain tiles are made to look like wood and even marble.
To learn more about the best flooring options for your kitchen, Call us, the Connie Cabral Group, today at 305.776.0899 or send an email to Connie@ConnieCabral.com
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