Considered by many to be the choice of the main floor, hardwood is never out of date. This classic floor provides natural beauty and warmth to your kitchen; each board brings rich detail that is achieved with nature and expertise. This is not the most comfortable floor to stand for a long time, so a dedicated chef may want to put down a mat or carpet. But hardwood stands for spills and stains.
Hardwood is often installed throughout the house for a smooth appearance. Although hardwood lasts for years, you can get a new look under the road with refinishing, coloring, and even painting the kitchen floor.
Solid Hardwood is ground from a piece of wood. A typical choice for “puritan” wood, this type of floor can be sanded and refined repeatedly. Because it is prone to moisture, it cannot be installed in a damp room so remember that if your kitchen is very susceptible to water spills.
Solid hardwood is present before it is finished (for easier installation) or not finished (for finishing in place, which can offer more stain options). Usually nailed or stapled to a wood subfloor, although very thin types are sometimes glued. Engineered Hardwoods are created by bonding wood layers (“layers”) together in cross-grain construction. This type of hardwood is more stable and can withstand more moisture, and can be installed above a concrete subfloor.
Here are some strong wood floor ideas for you to use in your kitchen:
How? Are you interested in trying it? That way you can easily decorate your kitchen floor. Good luck.