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Kitchen Flooring

  Considering the effect kitchen flooring has on the whole room feel, it’s no wonder homeowners are putting more thought and money into making the right choice. The kitchen floor material needs to be resilient to withstand the heavy traffic flow and frequent spills, but elegant and easy to clean to keep the room gleaming. With the large choice available in natural and manufactured materials, durability and style can both be part of your new kitchen floor design.  
 
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Hardwood Kitchen Floor
Hardwood flooring is the ideal choice if the house has an open floor plan. When carried from a living or dining space into the kitchen, hardwoods can help create a cohesive look to the area. Hardwood floors are long lasting and durable, with some woods being more durable than others. Recently, bamboo flooring has become popular and is extremely resistant to dents, dings, and scratches. Plus, hardwood floors are moisture resistant and very low maintenance. Because the look of hardwood flooring never really goes out of style, this type of floor can be considered a long term investment in the home.

Kitchen Floor Tiles
The options are endless with tile flooring. Choose from porcelain tiles, which can pretty much withstand anything, or natural stone tiles, such as granite or slate. When choosing a natural stone for the kitchen, be sure to select a stone intended for a high-traffic area. Harder, more dense stones, such as granite and slate, tend to fare better in the everyday wear and tear abuse the kitchen floor sees. Granite tiles can even have a slip resistant surface applied to them to make the tile safer in the kitchen where flooring can get wet. Slate is another very durable choice for natural stone tile, but does require a small amount of maintenance to ensure the tile is sealed. For a fibrous or concentric appearance try travertine tiles available in white, tan and a variety of rusty colors.

Kitchen Cork Floor
Cork is becoming more popular as an option for kitchen flooring for several reasons. First, cork by nature is antimicrobial, which is perfect for an area where food bacteria can spread quite easily. Additionally, it is very low maintenance, and the natural cushy texture of the cork can make standing for extended periods of time when preparing food much easier on the feet. As an added benefit cork has a low impact on the environment. Cork actually comes from the bark of trees, so the product is an eco-friendly and sustainable option for kitchen flooring.

 
 
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