The kitchen is where you prepare and share your meals, entertain your guests and spend time with a family, but how often do you think about its floor? For more than 40 years, Kenwood Kitchens has created beautiful, durable, functional kitchen floors for homeowners in Bel Air, Baltimore, Columbia, Lutherville, Annapolis, and throughout Maryland.
Your Options for Kitchen Flooring Are Limitless
No matter what your taste, lifestyle, and budget are, you can find a kitchen flooring material that will be comfortable, attractive, and work within the overall design of your kitchen remodeling project.
- For the homeowner who wants a cost-effective, no-fuss material, vinyl tiles are the way to go. As easy to install as it is to clean, this material is a hit with homeowners all over because of its economic sensibility as well as its variety of colors and patterns.
- If you want a timeless, classic look, then consider a wooden floor. Whether it’s oak, maple, or pine, having this natural material beneath your feet will be sure to draw all kinds of positive attention to your floors from your guests and family alike.
- If the style you want for your kitchen concerns elegance above all else, then few materials can match the look that you’ll get with natural stone. Stones like granite add a clean, polished look while being durable at the same time. Match granite floors to granite countertops for a truly uniform look that will always be remembered.
- If your kitchen allows plenty of natural light, then you may want to take of advantage of glass when tiling a kitchen floor. Not only does the material come in a variety of shades that you can choose from, but it can be either shiny or matte, allowing you to truly personalize your kitchen to your tastes.
What to Know When Tiling Your Kitchen Floor
Your Budget: Knowing what you can expect to spend should be a top priority for any kind of home improvement project. You want to make sure that any ideas you have are well within in the range of what you’re willing to spend.
Your Lifestyle: Do you want more of an aesthetic quality from your kitchen floors or do you need utility? Some materials that are used in kitchen tiling might not stand up as well against constant foot traffic, especially when it comes to children and pets.
The Style of Your Kitchen: Whether you’re adding to your existing kitchen or completely redoing the whole thing, it’s important to remember that the floors, cabinets, colors and everything else need to complement each other well.
To discuss your options for kitchen flooring, call (800) 211-8394 or contact us to speak with a representative.