There are numerous kitchen and bathroom flooring options. A person who is remodeling his or her home would do well to consider both aesthetics and practicalities when choosing either bathroom or kitchen flooring. Following are some tips, ideas and options for both kitchen and bathroom flooring:
Kitchen Flooring Options - One can put in a cement, brick, tile, wood, vinyl, laminate or rubber floor. Each type of flooring has its own advantages and disadvantages. Some floors, such as cement, brick and hardwood, are durable but also a bit hard to stand on for hours on end. However, these floors are often the easiest to keep clean and looking good. Rubber flooring is a new concept. It is easy to stand on for long period of time, easy to clean, relatively cheap and good looking. It is also environmentally friendly. However, the current trend in kitchen flooring is still to use hardwood flooring that has been treated.
Bathroom Flooring Options – For bathroom floors, it is advisable to use tile. Tiles are strong, durable and well able to hold up to lots of moisture and water. Tiles come in different sizes and colors, so a person can exercise his or her creativity when choosing tiles for the bathroom. Large square and rectangular tiles are currently in style.
A person who is purchasing either kitchen or bathroom flooring should make sure the flooring matches well with the overall style of the home. It is advisable to consult with several home remodel companies when choosing flooring. Make sure the flooring is suitable for the home and that it is easy to clean. The best floor for one home may not be the best option for another. Each homeowner should research the pros and cons to each flooring option and choose the one that is most suitable and affordable.