Kitchen flooring needs to be hardwearing, family-proof and easy to clean, all whilst looking fabulous. Our beautiful luxury vinyl and rubber floors are the perfect combination of function and style. Here are just a few kitchen flooring ideas to get you started…
Choosing a strong design for your kitchen flooring is a brilliant way to make your decor pop, and really complete your design scheme. Dovetail Ochre is a beautiful addition to this modern rustic kitchen combining neutral tones with natural materials.
For something a little more dramatic and beautifully stylish, pair a monochrome geometric floor with a matching border. Here, Parquet Charcoal by Neisha Crosland stands proudly as the main feature in this stunning and luxurious kitchen, complete with a border of Black Slate.
Our patterned tiles are available in a stylish range of colour and designs. A contemporary take on classic Chequerboard flooring, Check by Neisha Crosland looks great in kitchens. Also perfectly durable for your boot room, mud room or utility room.
Compared to real wood kitchen flooring that can be difficult to maintain, our brand new MSeries Collection of ultra-realistic natural planks are incredibly easy to keep looking beautiful. Our stylish wood effect collections look incredibly authentic, yet are durable enough for even the toughest of spaces. Here, the natural plank design in Coppice, complements the modern rustic styling perfectly.
As well as being available in a wide range of tones & designs, our wood effect kitchen flooring is also available in Parquet Oak. Here, Church Pine from the Premium Wood collection is laid in a classic wood parquet floor style. It has been finished with a subtle accent of precision cut Lattice Cornflower Blue tiles.
Organics Stone gives a natural stone aesthetic, perfect for creating modern rustic styling. A classic floor design for your kitchen or bootroom, the collection is available in a gentle palette of natural shades, providing a clean, neutral backdrop to your interior.
Elegant on their own, or add feature strips between the tiles to give the appearance of traditional flagstone flooring.
Combine patterned kitchen flooring with a subtle border & simple colour palette for a clean & modern finish. Here, Lattice Pebble Grey by Dee Hardwicke has been bordered with Little Bricks in Steel, and the palette of cool grey shades continues through to the furniture and accessories for a contemporary look.
Check in Slate by Neisha Crosland is the perfect medium between classic and modern. Here it is paired with an industrial grey stool to bring that sleek modern vibe to the kitchen. The versatile monochrome floor tiles can be paired with subtle colours, black and white or you can add a pop of colour. It will continue to look fantastic for years to come.
The kitchen can be one of the messiest rooms of the house – particularly if you’re a parent or keen cook! But Harvey Maria flooring is easy to keep clean, and our Floor Care Kit will help to protect from staining and gives your kitchen flooring a beautiful finish. Here, one of our lovely customers has chosen pure white vinyl flooring for a striking effect, and the floor is sparkly clean!
There are many more kitchen flooring ideas to be inspired by throughout the website, and you can choose from any of our floor coverings. Click the link to browse through all the floor options and order your free samples today.
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