Ideas for Wooden Kitchen Flooring | Ideas for Home Garden Bedroom Kitchen -


Ideas for Wooden Kitchen Flooring

Ecora solid oak
A good-quality, solid-wood floor can last for decades as long as it is looked after properly, and wear and tear over time will only add to its charm. Choose oak for a classic, country look.

UK Flooring Direct Harvest Oak laminate
For a classic kitchen on a budget, choose an oak-look laminate such as this design from UK Flooring Direct. Formed of compressed fibreboard planks and covered by a photographic image of wood and a protective overlay, laminate is also easier to clean and maintain than real timber.

Kahrs engineered ash
Comprising several layers of timber that are joined together, engineered wood is more durable in a kitchen than solid wood and is less likely to expand and contract as humidity fluctuates. A two-tone striped design running from end-to-end will accentuate the length of the room.

Avenue Floors wood-lookvinyl
Practical, durable, waterproof and resistant to damage and scratching, vinyl is available in a range of styles and prices to suit any budget and
is easy to fit yourself. Add a unique touch to your kitchen with an interesting printed design.

Porcelanosa wood-look ceramic tiles
Ceramic tiles are hygienic, fire-resistant and have thermal-insulation qualities, making them a good choice for kitchens. A pale colour will enhance a spacious, light-filled kitchen.

Ikea pine-effect laminate
Choose a laminate that comes with a long warranty to ensure high quality; this antique pine-effect Ikea design is guaranteed for ten years and would work well in a large, open-plan space.

Junckers solid beech boards
Nearly all problems experienced with solid wood flooring are due to improper installation, so be sure to use a specialist fitter. Use pale beech in modern kitchens for a smart and sophisticated scheme.

Urbane Living engineered oak
Available in many species, shades and colours, engineered wood also comes in a choice of finishes. Here, high quality European oak has been fired to change its colour to a deep black with a slight reddish undertone, providing a striking look against clean white kitchen units.

Harvey Maria Natural Oak vinyl
For a luxury, high-end floor that retains the practicality of vinyl, try this natural oak design from Harvey Maria. The detailed graining and texture means that the floor looks and feels like real oak, but will not need the regular maintenance – perfect for adding warmth to a contemporary white kitchen.

Quick-Step Varnished Oak laminate
Available in a variety of grades, thicknesses and wood imitations, laminate click-fit boards are easy to install yourself, just ensure that the sub-floor is even and acclimatise the boards in the kitchen prior to fitting. This ship deck design evokes a nautical feel and adds character to a simple space.

Incoming search terms:

    Kitchen Flooring Ideas , kitchen flooring , flooring ideas , kitchen floor ideas

Related posts:


Leave a Reply

Required fields are marked *.