7 KITCHEN FLOORING MATERIALS FOR YOUR FEET
A kitchen is where you can be on your feet for hours on end. That kind of stress can be tough on your legs and back, especially if you don’t have comfortable floors. Hard flooring like tile or even hardwood can hurt your feet and only rise your inconvenience. What you should look out for is a flooring material that is comfortable, clean and durable.
Polished concrete floors in kitchens look nice but concrete just like stone, ceramic floors aren’t friendly on your joints. Luckily, there are several options to change that, and they are as functional as they are good looking.
Because of its softer nature, vinyl floors Ashmore are a little more comfortable to stand on for long periods. Furthermore, many models of Ashmore vinyl flooring, particularly vinyl plank flooring, are installed with a padded felt underlay. After installment, it translates to a softer floor with better hold. The top may look like hardwood with that strong feel, but standing on vinyl is way more comfortable than standing on the hardwood.
Wood is a better option for our feet than stone, porcelain or concrete or ceramic. It also looks and feels warmer than non-resilient flooring. For kitchens, site-finished Ashmore wood floor is preferable to a prefinished floor. By sealing it after installation, you also seal up the joints. This prevents water and dirt from gathering in them.
A grass, bamboo serves many of the same purposes as wood. It’s a good option if you are looking for a sustainable, durable material for your kitchen floor. Not all Ashmore bamboo flooring is the same, but we find that a lot of people prefer strand woven bamboo. Ashmore has a lot of options to choose from such as Solid bamboo, Smart Bamboo and SPC bamboo. is nearby to our showroom, feel free to come and have a look at our bamboo flooring Ashmore selection!
Laminates, a budget-friendly flooring choice are soft underfoot when compared to other floors. They are also more moisture-resistant than wood floors. Because they are not solid material all the way through, they can’t be redone if damaged.
Alternate option: mats and rugs
Although most of the population is considering composite materials for their floors such SPC or Hybrid flooring, Ashmore diverse market still relies on porcelain tiles Ashmore.
If a tile or concrete kitchen floor is a must for you, you can place gel mats or other soft rugs in areas of your kitchen where you spend a lot of time.