You want to get the flooring right in the kitchen. It needs to stand up to traffic, spills, and food debris. Luckily Floor Coverings International Madison has many flooring options that are up to the task. Today on the blog we look back at a few recent kitchen flooring installs we completed right here in Madison!
Hardwood flooring is popular as a kitchen flooring option. Oak is known for its fairly uniform grain pattern. This species choice will stand the test of time and go with many countertop, backsplash and cabinet options. In this installation we continued the oak flooring from the kitchen into the adjacent room. This is a popular design choice when working with hardwoods–they go great in almost any room!
There’s just something so elegant and beautiful about the look of marble or natural stone in the home. With this porcelain tile install we were able to evoke that look in this kitchen flooring update. The larger tiles help to open the space up and make it feel bigger and brighter. If you have wood cabinets, often you’ll want to stay away from hardwood flooring as there can be an overload of wood finishes and styles in your kitchen design. That’s when porcelain tile can be just the material you’re looking for!
We love this install of Acacia hardwoods in this Madison area kitchen. You may not have heard about this species of hardwood as much, but the result is beautiful and is growing in popularity. The varied grain pattern and wonderful warm, chestnut hue of the hardwood flooring makes your home look classic and stylish all at once.
If you’re looking to brighten up your kitchen and want the look of natural stone, you may want to consider vinyl flooring. Vinyl offers a surface that is softer and warmer underfoot compared to natural stone and tile alternatives. So if you’re not looking to add in radiant heating with your new kitchen floors, you may be happy with vinyl flooring during our cold Madison winters.
Ready to get your kitchen in our portfolio? Give us a call today and schedule a free design consultation. You can see flooring samples and find your dream floors now!