Published at Monday, January 8, 2018, 16:49:09 by Nyman Gaetane in Tile Floors, with total 62 imageries.
Vinyl flooring can offer numerous styles and colors, either in tiles or sheets and is much less expensive. Cork is a versatile and durable material which is also available in various colors. Not only is it water-resistant, but can help reduce impact noise.
Nowadays however, the variety of affordable, good quality flooring available has increased tenfold and while you might be tempted to buy that beautiful stone floor you have seen in the showroom, you do need to ask if it will actually suit your requirements. Here we take a look at the pros and cons of four types of kitchen flooring.
Wood kitchen flooring options: Use wood to create a warmer feel to any home. There are many types of woods to choose from to fit varying preferences in color, texture and feel. Hardwoods, such as oak, are strong and durable but expensive. A cheaper alternative is bamboo, which looks great if combined with other soft shades and hues. For homeowners who want the look of wood in their home but at a fraction of the cost of real hardwoods, plastic laminates are another alternative to consider.
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