Published at Friday, 18 January 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
Vinyl flooring is known for its durability, versatility and an array of contemporary designs that can match any decor. Not as cold or hard as tile, vinyl flooring patterns and designs are available in wood, stone, ceramic, and slate. It is a popular choice for kitchens, entryways, and bathrooms due to its resistance to moisture and ease of maintenance. It is highly affordable and might be the right flooring choice for your home.
If your home has more than two storeys as is common where a loft has been converted, then you need to be sure that your open plan space will meet the Building Regulations with regards to fire and escape. This is usually an issue if the open plan area is your main means of escape. In these cases, you may need fire doors between the kitchen and first floor, as well as a fire protected escape route from the first floor.
Linoleum, cork, and vinyl composition tile (VCT) are historically correct for kitchens in homes built from the late 19th century to the 1950s. Durable and easy on the feet, resilient floors can last for decades. Since the pattern goes all the way through the material, they also help conceal dirt and damage. Available as tile or sheet goods, all three also offer unlimited scope for patterns, from simple checkerboards to intricate inlays.
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