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Choosing The Best Flooring For Your Kitchen

Choosing the right flooring for your kitchen is a vital decision as a homeowner. It's where you spend the majority of your time in the home so you need to go with something that is durable, looks great, and is easy to clean.

The good news is that the options are truly endless! There are so many different types of flooring available, and they all have their pros and cons. You can choose between hardwood, laminate, linoleum, ceramic, vinyl, marble, and stone. Each one has its own unique characteristic that can be used to design the look and feel of your kitchen.

The right flooring can make your kitchen feel more spacious and welcoming

The style and color of your flooring are some of the most important details in a kitchen. It can set the tone for the entire space and make it feel more spacious and welcoming.

Find out which flooring material is best when it comes time to update the flooring for your kitchen in today's blog post!


The most affordable flooring material on the market, laminates are made from a thin layer of wood or other material that has been glued to a tough backing. Pros include easy installation and maintenance.

Wood Flooring:

Wood flooring has a natural warmth and texture that is difficult to replicate with other materials, making it a popular choice for kitchens. Oak, maple, and walnut are great choices for use in a kitchen because they are durable and resistant to staining from water or oils.

Ceramic Tile:

For kitchens with an industrial style, consider using ceramic tile. It’s a durable surface that can be stained or painted to match any design aesthetic and comes in a range of colors, patterns, and finishes. While it's very durable and easy to clean, you will need to seal it and it can be slippery when wet.

Vinyl Flooring:

Vinyl flooring is a good option if you want to keep costs down. It’s typically easy to clean, hard-wearing, and available in a range of styles. Vinyl provides the look and feel of hardwood or laminate, and is well-suited to high trafficked areas.

Are you ready to update the flooring of your kitchen? Call our team at Norman Floorcovering today!

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