Is there anything more fun that remodeling your kitchen? Despite the disruption to daily like, a kitchen re-do can be exiting as you select new appliances, countertops, accent pieces and of course flooring. Plus investing in a kitchen upgrade can impact the bottom line when it comes to resale of your home.
With so many options in kitchen flooring you want to be certain you not only select what is trending today, but also styles that have longevity in the marketplace. For starters, wood is in! Or at least floors that look like wood. With modern technology, just about any floor can mimic the look of real wood, without the maintenance issues. Based on FooringInc.com, these are a few trends to look for.
Waterproof Vinyl Kitchen Flooring
WPC vinyl planks usually resemble an upscale laminate floor, giving a modern, convincing wood look. Basically, WPC vinyl is the best of all worlds for your kitchen floor. They are durable, low maintenance, 100% waterproof and on trend
Tile Kitchen Flooring
Tile is durable and easy to clean and has been a flooring staple for year. The wood-look tile kitchen flooring trend is very popular right now.Tile manufacturers are keeping up with the times and following the trends of contemporary wood and stone.
Laminate Kitchen Flooring
As technology improves, so does laminate flooring. You will see even more convincing wood looks and all of the current wood trends including hand scraped wood looks, distressed wood looks and even high color variation.
Engineered Wood Kitchen Flooring
Engineered wood is a relatively new kid on the block. A step up in durability and perception from laminate, engineered wood is the only option (aside from solid hardwood, obviously) that is made from real wood.
Blonde Wood and Wood Look
As more homeowners embrace the light, airy feel in their home, you will see a huge resurgence in blonde wood (and wood-look) floors. Blonde floors, in particular, can give you that light and airy timeless feel.
Espresso Wood and Wood Look
Dark floors are still very popular. In the kitchen, you’ll see these dark floors balanced against bright white cabinets, colorful accent walls and contemporary kitchen decor. Dark floors offer a sleeker look that sets the perfect tone for contemporary lines and minimalist decor.
Gray Kitchen Flooring
Gray flooring, particularly gray wood, has grown quickly over the last decade. Although gray tiles, particularly in stone looks, are also very popular in the kitchen. Gray has quickly become the most popular trend,not just for flooring, but also for kitchens and homes in general.
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