Finding the right flooring itself is a tough job, and the kitchen is the most difficult place. That’s because your kitchen gets a lot of foot traffic and needs the most TLC out of any room in the house. 

When you’re looking for a kitchen floor, you need to consider maintenance and durability above all else. A lot of activity happens in the kitchen and it will face the worst wear and tear out of any room in the house. 

So without further ado, here are the top 2020 trends for kitchen flooring. 

Waterproof Vinyl

That said, there are still trends out there to make your home look modern and appealing to home buyers. The most popular trend is wood. Hardwood will always increase the value of your home and attract a sense of luxury to your space. But the issue with wood in your kitchen floor is that it requires a lot of maintenance and it’s very sensitive to moisture. 

That’s why flooring manufacturers developed faux wood floors! There are now lots of options for floors that have a wood look without the hassle of actual hardwood. 

Waterproof vinyl is one of those options. Vinyl floors look almost exactly like hardwood nowadays, and having a floor that’s waterproof means everything for your kitchen. This is easily one of your best options when choosing a floor for your kitchen.

Bamboo

One of the hottest floors on the market! If you’re looking for durability, then bamboo is your best option. Bamboo is the most durable floor you can get. Not only that, but this floor is highly renewable and eco friendly. 

This floor is similar to the waterproof vinyl in that it can look like hardwood. It has its own unique flair that makes look just a little different from  hardwood, but that just adds to its charm. This floor is not waterproof and in fact, reacts heavily to moisture, so that is something you need to consider when buying this floor, but that setback is made up for by its durability and its eco-friendliness. 

Cork 

Finally, we have cork flooring. This floor is great for people who are up all day and then spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Standing on hard floors for so long can get tiring and even painful. If you’re someone who’s worried about your joints, then cork flooring might be an option for you. 

Cork is the most joint-friendly flooring on the market. Not only that, but it absorbs sound and impact, and is also eco-friendly! There are some things to consider about this floor, however. Cork is more susceptible to dents and scratches, and requires a lot of care. In that respect, it’s about as much work as hardwood but a few more specific benefits. 

Conclusion

There are lots of floors available for your kitchen. You just need to find out what your needs are, and we can help you find the perfect floor to fit those needs. You shouldn’t have to compromise on your kitchen floor, we will make sure you get exactly what you need.