Stylish Kitchen Flooring Options
If you’re looking for the best flooring options for your kitchen, Propertize Construction has you covered. If you’ve recently built a new kitchen Extension in London or even if you are looking to revamp your existing kitchen, the flooring plays a very crucial part in giving your kitchen a very premium look. With so many amazing options available out there, choosing the correct type of flooring can seem overwhelming. This is why Propertize Construction has brought you this small guide on how to go about this.
Tiled flooring is quite a popular option amongst modern kitchen extensions as they are very easy to clean and maintain. They also come in a huge range of color combinations so chances are, you’ll find the perfect tiles for your kitchen pretty easily.
If your kitchen has more of a contemporary style to it, going for a concrete flooring is a versatile option that can be simply poured onto the existing flooring. If cleaning and maintenance is an issue for you, concrete floors are pretty low maintenance. If you want to create a connected feeling, these can be laid both indoors and outdoors. These also come in a variety of colors to suit your ideal London style kitchen extension.
Resin floors have quite a soft finish and they’re very comfortable to walk on. What makes resin floors one of the best options for your beautiful kitchen extension is their hygienic properties. Resin floors are totally flat and seamless, eliminating the possibility of dust or dirt accumulating in difficult spots. Liquid tight resin flooring is very strong and durable too.
This is a cheaper and more economical alternative for solid wood. However, engineered wood is much more resilient. Solid wood can sometimes get damaged due to a kitchen’s heat and moisture. Engineered wood gives you a traditional wooden flooring look and feel without spending as much. It also comes in a huge range of finishes. A lot of kitchen extension in London have beautiful engineered wood floors. You can have one too with Propertize Construction.
Laminate flooring is available in a lot of price ranges, suiting a lot of budgets. They come in a big range of finishes and can provide you with a wood or stone effect as well. Laminate is quite durable and is perfect for a kitchen. High quality laminate also has antimicrobial properties making it a hygienic option for your kitchen. Kitchen extension floors are pretty high traffic areas in the house. Laminate floorings are quite resilient making them a good choice.
Bamboo flooring is super durable and can be made to look exactly how you want it to by staining and sealing it. It’s also a very eco friendly option as it releases up to 35% more oxygen into our atmosphere than trees do. They’re also much more environmentally friendly than wood. Not a lot of kitchen extensions in London have a bamboo flooring which can also make your kitchen stand out from the rest!
Cork is naturally eco friendly and is also available in a variety of colors and finishes. It’s also naturally anti bacterial, so if anyone in your family suffers from allergies, cork flooring will make them very happy. Cork is also pretty airy which makes it very comfortable to walk on.
Like how wood or stone floorings look? But don’t want to spend a lot of your energy maintaining it? Vinyl might be the perfect fit for you. It is also warmer and quieter underfoot than other natural materials.
Like cork, linoleum is also antibacterial and anti-dust mite, making it a very good option for you if you have family members who suffer from allergies. Linoleum also brings you the benefits of vinyl as it’s pretty warm and comfortable underfoot. Lino-flooring is pretty perfect for London style kitchen extensions as it’s natural and sustainable.
Extremely resilient, and yet, super comfortable to the touch. Available in a humongous range of textures and finishes. Rubber floorings are also extremely low maintenance making them a great option if you’re someone who can’t seem to find the time for regular cleaning.
Get in touch with Propertize Construction today! And find the ideal flooring style for your kitchen!