Published at Saturday, 19 January 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
All three resilients come in a range of colors and textural patterns—marbleized, flecked, confetti, swirl—making them ideal camouflage for wear and tear. They are also excellent mediums for creating custom floor designs, especially since all three are available as both tiles and sheet goods (see page 76 for more). While cork always seems to maintain its essential character even when tinted, linoleum and VCT have been mimicking each other in terms of color, pattern, and use for nearly 100 years.
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.
The strength and durability of tile is perfect for any kitchen or bathroom floor. Tile flooring is valued for its beauty and resilience. If you can see beautiful tile flooring in your next remodeling project or room addition, the flooring professionals at Carpet Direct in Kansas City have colors, textures, sizes and design samples to show you.
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