The kitchen forms the centrepiece of activity in many homes, whether it’s whipping up a meal for your nearest and dearest, catching up on the day’s events over a cup of tea with friends or helping the kids out with their homework at the kitchen table.
With so much going on in your kitchen, having a space that is both flexible and practical is essential to ensuring that day-to-day family life can continue to run smoothly. This could include anything from including flexible storage solutions in your kitchen design to investing in the latest range of time-saving kitchen gadgetry.
When it comes to kitchen flooring there are a number of options available from flagstone tiling, ideal for a country kitchen to laminate flooring. For a kitchen flooring look that it as stylish as it is durable, kitchen vinyl flooring is a great option for homeowners.
Here are just some of the reasons why vinyl flooring will provide the perfect finishing touch for your kitchen.
Whether you want to mimic stone, wood or tile flooring there is a vinyl flooring design to meet your needs. Vinyl flooring is also available in a range of colours, patterns and textures, allowing you to tailor your flooring to your requirements.
As an example, Carpetright vinyl flooring offers a wide range of vinyl flooring styles such as Platinum Oak Metallic Vinyl offering a modern twist on traditional wooden flooring or the Touch of Class vinyl range offering a mock-tiled look that’s as impressive as the real thing.
Easy to clean
Vinyl flooring makes light weight of housework and a quick mop of the floor is all you need to leave it looking as good as new. As vinyl flooring doesn’t have many seams, there are few hiding places for bacteria to grow, meaning that your floors will also be hygienic – essential if you have little ones crawling around on your kitchen floor or have pets in your home.
Vinyl flooring can prove much more cost-effective than other types of flooring per square metre. As vinyl flooring is long-lasting, it will also prove to be a great long-term investment that will rarely have to be replaced.
Whether you are a DIY novice or DIY expert, vinyl flooring can is relatively easy to install, meaning that you can make additional savings in terms on labour costs when overhauling your kitchen design.
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