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Depending upon the quality purchased and the method of installing You will either love it as Jeanette does, or hate it like my wife does in our office.
It can be hard on the feet like tile, and can be damaged by moisture should the fridge ice maker overflow, or dishwasher fail to drain. Small spills tend not to be to much of an issue as long as
I find the biggest issue with this type of floor is uplift on the seams. If you have a lot of humidity in the home or under the floor the edges where the wood connects together tends to lift ever so slightly making a tiny bump that you often can see and feel if barefoot.
But it is very easy to clean and very hard to damage so it can be a great choice for a kitchen and in some rare cases bathroom/powder rooms alike.
Purchase the most expensive floor that you can afford however, the lower cost laminate is fine if your flipping the house, but for long term the more you spend the longer and happier you will be once its down and finished.