We all want to inject a sense of our own personalities and style into our homes. Maybe you love to be surrounded by colour or perhaps the understated is more your cup of tea. Whatever design feature has got your name on it, the kitchen is a great place to start and there’s kitchen flooring to suit any style:
Sleek and modern kitchen
If you love contemporary styling, sleek lines and monochrome colourways these luxury vinyl tiles in black slate will set your kitchen off perfectly.
If the traditional look is more your thing there are lots of flooring options available that will suit you down to the ground. This tile effect vinyl flooring is very realistic and perfectly complements a country style kitchen.
If you like to keep the clutter out of sight to create a spacious minimalist feel, a classic engineered wood floor will give you a beautifully high end finish whilst still being understated.
If you love to make a statement there are lots of designs of vinyl flooring for your kitchen that you will love. Vinyl is so versatile and practical and comes in just about every colour and pattern you can imagine.
Rustic style kitchen
The rustic look never goes out of vogue. Think chunky wooden tables, wood burning stoves and terracotta floors. This terracotta style vinyl looks just like the real thing but is far more practical, comfortable and warmer under your feet.
If you prefer a stripped back look where functionality is king, a classic styled wood effect flooring is just the ticket. This luxury vinyl flooring will complement your styling beautifully.
Classic white kitchen
Who doesn’t love a white kitchen? Classic clean lines are suited to contemporary styling as well as more traditional, and the perfect floor to accompany such a kitchen? Grey slate looks fabulous against the white. But there’s no need for expensive slate tiles and installation costs when there are practical vinyl versions available that look so realistic.
Busy family kitchen
Who says a busy family home can’t have a smart kitchen? Hidden storage with integrated appliances can make the it both practical and stylish. Add a classic oak engineered wood floor and the heart of your home is complete.
If you are still unsure about which flooring suits you best, visit our advice section where you will find buying guides from our experts, giving information on all the flooring types available, to help you decide.