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Autor/a: John Doe Fecha de publicación: 11/05/2022 Última edición: 28/05/2024

The best types of kitchen flooring recommended by our experts

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    Choosing a kitchen floor can be a complicated task. There are many aspects to take into account, but the functionality and durability of the flooring must not be overlooked if we want our kitchen to look as good as the first day. In this sense, it is essential that the kitchen floor combines design, style and high technical performance. In order to help you make the right choice, our experts analyse the best types of kitchen flooring based on the latest trends. Take note of everything!

    What should be taken into account when choosing a kitchen floor?

    As we mentioned earlier, the kitchen is a room in the home that is full of life and movement and, as a direct consequence, several aspects need to be analysed when choosing flooring. It is necessary to be very clear that it must be resistant to possible stains that may be caused by cooking, as well as to the humidity that may be released from cooking or washing up.

    Likewise, when choosing what type of flooring to install in the kitchen, it is important to bear in mind that it is one of the busiest rooms in the house and, therefore, it must be resistant to high foot traffic. Likewise, food or grease residues can remain in the kitchen and, for this reason, the floor must be made of a material that is not altered by these factors.

    In addition to all of the above, when choosing the kitchen floor, you should also take into account the decorative style of the house so that the overall effect is as harmonious as possible.

    Types of flooring for kitchens 

    Ceramic flooring for kitchens:

    Ceramic is the all-rounder for kitchen flooring. It is hygienic, waterproof, hard-wearing and easy to clean. In this sense, porcelain stoneware is the great ally of interior decorators and architects, as it faithfully reproduces any type of finish, such as wood, stone or metal. As a result, ceramics can be adapted to any decorative style or project needs.

    Wooden kitchen floors:

    Wood is a delicate material to use in the kitchen, as it is exposed to moisture and temperature change. However, wooden floors bring warmth and serenity to the rooms and many people choose it for this room, even knowing that they are delicate and need special care.

    Despite this, there are vinyl wood floors whose appearance has nothing to envy to parquet or wood flooring. Its installation and maintenance is much easier, faster and more comfortable. Undoubtedly, a good choice for the floor of this room.

    Stone floors for kitchens:

    Natural stone kitchen floors stand out for their exclusivity, as no two pieces are the same. To stand the test of time, all you have to do is polish it. Marble flooring is a classic, although it requires special care, especially in the kitchen. There are also interior decorators or architects who opt for granite or slate as flooring as they are more resistant and easier to maintain.

    In any case, as with wood, ceramic tiles also offer the possibility of achieving this natural stone finish effect.

    Microcement flooring for kitchens:

    If you want to achieve a continuous surface look, without the existence of joints, microcement is one of the best options. This material, very fashionable in recent years, offers an industrial look with a uniform finish. Remember that it is important to waterproof it to guarantee its maintenance.

    What is the best flooring for kitchens?

    At this point you are probably wondering which is the best floor for the kitchen. From our point of view, as flooring experts, we consider that the best kitchen floor is the one that adapts to your needs and the style of your home. 

    Therefore, probably, the ceramic floor, given all the possibilities it offers, is the best option when choosing the flooring for this room.

    And what is the most durable kitchen floor?

    In order to achieve a hard-wearing kitchen floor, we will look at three aspects: the colour, the finish and the design. A grey or cream tone will camouflage dirt. In the same way, stains will be more noticeable on a gloss finish floor than on a matt one. Finally, the design also has an influence on this aspect, as a decorated floor will always camouflage stains and dirt better.

    Modern kitchen floors: the trend of the future

    When choosing tiles for the kitchen floor, it is important not to lose sight of design trends. Currently, we can distinguish 4 trends that are leading the way in the choice of kitchen flooring:

    • Hydraulic tiles: reinventing designs and creating new decorations with a vintage feel are the keys to this type of tile.

    • Large format tiles: the large format that creates infinite paving is here to stay and has made its way into the kitchen.
    • Combination of formats, colours or finishes: increasingly, kitchen floors are combining the same tile in different formats, colours or finishes, thus creating micro-rooms within a general space. The key is to set no limits to the imagination.

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