What Kitchen Floor Patterns Do Your Prefer?
Are you looking for high-quality flooring for your new or existing home? Whether you prefer ceramic tile, carpeting, hardwood floors, laminates or vinyl, it’s important to consider all of your options.
Since you’re going to be walking on your floors and engaging in a variety of activities in your home, comfort as well as design and ease of cleaning all make a difference. You’re also going to be thinking about wear-and-tear, of course, especially if you have a house full of children and pets. Then there’s entertaining to consider.
Are you thinking about carpeting your master bedroom? The rest of your home? According to a Houzz survey, 38% of the people polled said they wanted to have carpet in their master bedroom.
Do you already have tile in your home? Thinking about adding more of it? The Houzz survey found that the individuals they polled had 23% of their floors covered in tile.
Are you planning to have hardwood throughout your house? If you’re considering hardwood, there are a variety of wood floor patterns and textures available. In the same Houzz survey, the individuals polled said they had hardwood floors covering 34% of their floors.
It’s also interesting to note that another survey indicated 47% of those polled prefer hardwood flooring. Furthermore, The National Association of Realtors said that 54% of potential home buyers would actually pay more for a house with hardwood flooring.
When it comes to kitchens, though, it appears that 90% of homeowners are choosing tile or hardwood. Linoleum is another choice for kitchen flooring, however. Did you know that It’s actually made with all-natural materials and is 100% biodegradable?
If you’re currently remodeling or upgrading your kitchen, it’s likely you’re also having a new floor installed. Have you considered what type of floor textures you prefer? What about floor design patterns?
Since there is so much variety from which to choose, you’ll want to take your time to decide on just the right kitchen floor patterns. Whether you choose ceramic tile, a laminate, vinyl or hardwood for your kitchen floor, you’ll also want to consider your kitchen’s color combinations. How will the kitchen floor patterns blend in with–or provide an accent for–your wall treatments and appliances?