Discover quality and stylish kitchen flooring materials – from ceramic tile to hardwood to stone -plus stunning design ideas for your kitchen floors.
In this grand kitchen, honey-color travertine tiles cover the floor, playing off the color of the perimeter cabinets. Caring for travertine is as simple as annual sealing, monthly wet mopping, and dry sweeping a couple of times a week. Polished travertine is practically stain-resistant and is a great choice for high-traffic areas like a kitchen. Read More Here.
Create An Industrial-style Kitchen Vibe
The tiles have a textured finish and slight pattern variation, to add authenticity and replicate the look and feel of real bricks. To really make your brick tiled wall stand out and to complete your industrial-style theme, paint the rest of your kitchen walls white, add stainless steel worktops, plain cabinetry and a wooden floor. Read More Here.
Kitchen Flooring Options
The kitchen tends to be the room where families gather, not just for meals but for socializing and entertaining friends.
Kitchen flooring must combine attractive good looks with a tough, rugged surface that can stand up to the high volume of traffic, spills and the dirt and mud that get tracked onto it. Read More Here.
The Kitchen Has A New Floor!
One of the more perpetually hilarious/depressing things about looking at apartments in New York is seeing the ways that landlords try to get creative when renovating and preparing a unit for the next tenant. I recently got an email from a reader who uncovered a beautiful original hardwood door in her Harlem apartment, which at some point had been covered with a piece of 70s wood paneling. When my friend moved into her apartment near me, the trim had all been painted alternating shades of fleshy pink-beige and baby-poop-brown. Of course, there was my last apartment with the pink laminate cabinets and the pink-ish laminate countertops and the pink-ish faux-marble ceramic floor, but that wasn’t so bad. Read This Story Here.