The kitchen is probably the central hub of your home in Southern Utah. You want the flooring to be both beautiful and functional. Its appearance can either tie the whole design scheme together or stick out like a sore thumb. When it is time to upgrade to modern flooring for your kitchen, here are a few options to consider.
Many homeowners shy away from wood flooring in areas where there tends to be a lot of water or mess. You can have the look of wood flooring, however, without its known pitfalls by choosing a contemporary option:
Wood base with veneer cover
Luxury vinyl plank
You can have an elegant floor that looks like it’s made of wood panels even if it’s not. Talk to your flooring company about options that give you both the style you want and the durability your kitchen needs.
If you want an easy-to-clean floor that doesn’t break the bank, you can’t go wrong with laminate. Before you balk at visions of your grandmother’s kitchen floor in the 1970s, keep in mind that modern flooring versions of this versatile material are much different. You can find waterproof laminate to complement the room’s color palette while still protecting the pad, boards or concrete under it from spills.
When you think of the typical kitchen flooring, what do you imagine? There’s a good chance that you picture tile or stone. These choices allow for easy and quick cleanup, which makes them ideal for a high-traffic, potentially messy room such as the kitchen. As an added bonus, no matter how outlandish a color scheme you choose, there is a tile or stone option to match or complement it.
With so many options for modern flooring in your kitchen, your final decision basically boils down to the look you want and the amount you want to spend. The professionals at Red Rock Flooring can help you make the right choice for your home.