Your guide to kitchen flooring

22 May

Once you've got the perfect kitchen design, you then need to consider kitchen flooring to match. While flooring may need to be practical and hardwearing, it doesn't need to be dull. With such a variety of beautiful material options and styles available, choosing a kitchen floor can become an overwhelming experience. So to help you out, we've written a guide to the top kitchen flooring choices. 

What are the most durable flooring options?

– Concrete
– Rubber flooring
– Stone
– Tile
– Wood laminate
– Vinyl

What are the most ergonomic flooring options?

– Bamboo
– Carpet tiles
– Cork
– Rubber flooring
– Vinyl
– Wood laminate
– Wood

Bamboo kitchen flooring

Bamboo is a great option for your kitchen flooring if you are interested in eco-friendly products. It's also one of the strongest natural materials on the market, so perfect for sustainability. A vital requirement for a high-traffic area of the home. 

Pros: Durable, beautiful and eco-friendly.

Cons: Some types of bamboo can dent easily. 

Concrete kitchen flooring

Contemporary and durable, concrete can look great whilst withstanding activity in the busiest of kitchens. You can also find a variety of finishes depending on the overall design of your kitchen. All concrete can be stained, polished, waxed and stencilled.

Pros: Durable, moisture resistant, versatile and perfect for contemporary kitchen design. 

Cons: Can be cold and hard if standing is required for prolonged periods of time.

Laminate wood kitchen flooring

Both an affordable and durable flooring idea that is a simple, modern solution for contemporary kitchens. 

Pros: It's durable, cost effective and versatile.

Cons: Is not as valued as real wood flooring and may be slippery. 

Tile kitchen flooring

A classic in the world of kitchen flooring. Tile flooring has evolved and is no longer the strict 12” square. You can get different shapes and styles to fit your kitchen design. Tile is a low-maintenance and durable solution for your floor. 

Pros: Durable, moisture resistant and available in a large range of shapes and colours.

Cons: The grout lines between tiles may be a challenge to keep clean and if you have an accident and drop glassware or dishes, they're likely to shatter. 

If you're ready to start discussing your own contemporary kitchen design, then get in touch with BPM Kitchens. We offer a range of services, including professional kitchen design, to create the ideal look for your home. Contact us today.

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