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Tile, Wood, or Stone: Which Flooring Is Right for Your Kitchen Renovation?

Last updated 2 years ago

Picking out flooring for your kitchen renovation is an exciting task. You may be debating which kind of floor is best for you. Here’s a handy guide to tile, wood, and stone floorings to help you make the best choice for your beautiful home:

  • Tile
    If you have kids or pets in the house, tile may be the perfect solution for you. Tile is easy to clean, so you won’t have to worry about stains on your gorgeous kitchen floor due to spills or accidents. Tile also lends a cheery, gleaming quality to your kitchen.
  • Wood
    Wood flooring in the kitchen is popular, because it is warm on the feet and more forgiving than tile or stone. Wood flooring looks fantastic, and it goes with every design scheme. It is, however, prone to scratches, dings, dents, and discoloration from water. While it can be sanded and refinished, it can also wear quickly in high-traffic areas.
  • Stone
    Natural stone is classic and beautiful and looks excellent in both traditional and modern kitchens. While virtually indestructible, some natural stones are prone to staining, and grout lines may accumulate and hold dirt and oil. Stone floors are also tougher on the body, so if you love the look of stone but also like to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, consider adding a throw mat in your cooking zone. You can also opt for a different type of flooring and add a natural stone countertop to the kitchen.

Call Berceli Renovations in New York City at (866) 672-3714 to start designing the kitchen of your dreams. We are well-known for our skill, professionalism, and excellent customer service, and we can transform your kitchen and bathrooms efficiently and artfully. Visit us online to learn more about our full range of renovation services.


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