The kitchen is the heart of the home for most families where we can spend several hours a day making it a space that tends to wear quicker than others from heavy foot traffic to food and drink spills, demanding a hard wearing floor. But durable floors do not have to be dull, be sure to add style into your kitchen whatever your budget with our recommended flooring materials.
LVTs are the favourable alternative to ceramic stone tiles and solid wood due to their practical qualities for the hustle and bustle of home life unlike the ‘real thing’. LVT floors provide the authentic texture and rustic details of real woods and natural stones whilst being waterproof and scratch resistant due to a protective wear layer, plus quieter and warmer underfoot than natural materials. Listed below are LVT ranges we supply and fit, browse our gallery for images of these fitted in kitchen areas.
Karndean – The Karndean collections offer a traditional array of wood planks and stone tiles with natural colourings from dark to light tones and textures that give the realistic appearance of the natural materials.
Amtico – Spacia and Signature are both contemporary collections that provide versatility to the creation of your flooring from plank size to abstract or classic designs which you can browse in the Amtico brochure below.
With the appearance of solid wood flooring, engineered is composed of multiple layers of timber that provide a stronger alternative to solid wood, making it a floor that can withstand moisture and fluctuations in temperature. Browse the colours and designs we supply & fit in the Elegance Hardwood brochure below.
Domestic vinyl offers a cheaper alternative to LVT, providing a cushioned floor that is easy to maintain with a vast selection of patterns, designs and colours.
Laminate is a multi-layer flooring product providing a solid floor that simulates wood or stone and is available in varying thicknesses and colours. This offers a very hard wearing but an affordable option for the kitchen.