Different types of kitchen flooring - Vibrant

Different types of kitchen flooring

The kitchen is a center of activity where everything from slicing, dicing, stirring, boiling, steaming, and a lot more, takes place. We often spend long hours in the kitchen playing master chef or entertaining friends and family over parties. Such a hotspot in the home should be durable enough to withstand the wear and tear from heavy foot traffic, not to mention spills and scars from cooking misadventures. That said, you don’t have to forgo style for function when it comes to choosing the best flooring for your kitchen.

Here are a few comfortable, resilient, and stylish kitchen flooring options that offer the best of both worlds.

Bamboo flooring

As one of the eco-friendly options in flooring, bamboo is also known for its comfort and durability. It is water and stain-resistant, and therefore easy to maintain. 

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Bamboo primarily comes in shades of blonde and caramel, with opaque or translucent stains, lending a trendy cool look to your kitchen with a touch of elegance. The only drawback is that your bamboo flooring may be prone to scratches. And without a perfectly smooth subfloor, it can show imperfections in the surface.

Vinyl Flooring

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If your budget is limited, sheet vinyl flooring is your best bet. It is a versatile and easy-to-install kitchen flooring solution that can have a shelf-life of 10-20 years. Soft and resilient, it gives off the look of hardwood or ceramic flooring, while costing much less. If you live in a cold place, you may prefer vinyl flooring for the warmth it offers.

Reach out to Interior Designers in Chennai to install vinyl kitchen flooring that complements the aesthetic of your home.

Tile flooring

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One of the sturdiest kitchen flooring solutions, tiles can withstand just about anything from spills to heavy objects falling. It is not only low maintenance but extremely suitable for small spaces as its reflective surface can make any room look larger than it really is. Tiles come in three primary types: porcelain, ceramic, and stone. Of the three types, porcelain and ceramic are widely used, but the stone has a great aesthetic appeal though it falls on the pricier side.

The downside is that it can be hard on the heels if you are someone who spends long periods in the kitchen. But, a soft rug or floor mat can give you the comfort quotient.

Concrete flooring

If you want your kitchen to rock the contemporary look, it is time to consider concrete. This versatile material can be stained, polished and stenciled to offer a variety of finishes. While it is strong and damage resistant, it shares the same drawback as tile, for its hard and cold surface.

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It is also one of the more inexpensive flooring solutions with a long shelf life.

Hardwood flooring

This timeless classic incorporates natural and rustic charm in the kitchen space. It also has a high-end look that is easy to play with. With hardwood floors, makeovers are simpler needing just a stain, or a coat of paint.

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Although it is considered unsuitable for spaces prone to moisture, modern finishes have made it more durable. It is one of those things that age well and grows in character with each scar of time.

If you want to implement a flooring solution that works just right for your kitchen while balancing style and function, reach out to the Best Interior Designers in Chennai for their nuggets of design wisdom.

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