Kitchen Flooring at Flooring USA in StuartKitchen Flooring at Flooring USA in Stuart

Kitchen Flooring at Flooring USA in Stuart, FL

Here are some popular flooring options for your kitchen in Stuart!

The kitchen is the focal point of most homes. It's where we cook, eat, and hang out. Having kitchen flooring that not only looks great but is durable to stand up to high traffic and moisture makes your selection important to ensure they stand the test of time.

Here are 8 popular kitchen flooring options to help you decide on your new flooring in Stuart!

Wood

Wood is now a feasible kitchen flooring option thanks to advancements in materials and sealers. That's great news for open-floor plan homeowners who want to utilize the same material in adjacent living areas. Wood also adds a sense of timelessness and warmth to any design, from the contemporary loft to the comfortable cottage to the traditional home.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile options are endless, and most of them are both incredibly durable and reasonably priced. If you want a smoother effect with fewer grout lines, choose large pieces. What's the drawback? If you're standing for long periods, ceramic might be cold and uncomfortable.

Vinyl

This low-cost material (about $10-$13 per square yard) is improving its image as new technology allows it to resemble stone, wood, tile, and leather more accurately. This flooring can be bought with a non-scratch surface to ensure it stands up to the high traffic of a kitchen. Vinyl comes in 6- or 12-foot-wide sheets or 12- to 18-inch tiles. Vinyl is both easy to clean and comfortable underfoot.

Cork

This natural flooring, which comes in a variety of colors and patterns and is sustainable, warm, and gently cushioned, is often overlooked. To avoid water damage, cork flooring can be sealed and cleaned just like hardwood flooring.

Linoleum

Easy-to-clean Linoleum comes in a variety of colors and is available as sheets or tiles. Many people confuse linoleum with vinyl, however, vinyl is a synthetic substance with a pattern embossed on the surface, whereas linoleum is an all-natural material with color all the way through.

Stone (Natural)

Stone has a timeless look that goes with almost any kitchen decor. It's also easy to clean. Cons? There's no disputing the aesthetic is amazing, but you'll most certainly need a solid subfloor and a lot of cash to pull it out.

Bamboo

Bamboo is a popular flooring option because of its superficial resemblance to hardwoods. It is incredibly sturdy and long-lasting, with built-in moisture and pest resistance. Bamboo is an environmentally beneficial flooring option because it comes from a highly renewable supply of material.

Luxury Vinyl

Luxury Vinyl has evolved into "great imitators," providing genuine wood and stone looks without the care and upkeep required of actual flooring. Many come in a variety of wood and stone textures and designs, and many have textured surfaces for added authenticity. With the added benefit of being water proof!

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