How to Choose Kitchen Flooring for Comfort and Aesthetics

You stand for longer periods of time in the kitchen than in any other area of the house, yet the kitchen often has the least resilient flooring. The result? Achy backs and tired joints.

Tile, natural stone and polished concrete may be relatively easy to maintain and look great, but they can take a toll on the body. Houzz recently posted an excellent article on joint-friendly kitchen flooring options. We are pleased to share it below.

Use the scroll bar to access the arrows to see the images as a sidebar, or click any caption or image to review the full article on Houzz.

 

If you have any questions about the best flooring options for your kitchen renovation, please contact us. We are happy to help!

Tags: kitchen renovation, Kitchen remodeling, kitchen flooring