How do I choose a replacement for my kitchen floor?


Kitchen has brown cabinets -formica type counters ..all in good shape will not be replacing. The adjacent floors going into hallway and LR are very old (100 yrs old) with and orange/oak finish. Will not refinish now because the the rest of the house has these floors and it “flows well” throughout house😉 Just want to replace kitchen floor. Hardwood would clash. Help me decide 🙀Thanks!

q opinions wanted for kitchen floor

white trim, taupe walls throughout house

  5 answers
  • Ana Bacallao Ana Bacallao on Aug 24, 2018

    Can you install tile in the kitchen? There are some very nice porcelain tiles that look like wood, some in light shades, that are very durable for a kitchen.

  • Rae Rae on Aug 24, 2018

    I had the same problem Patricia with all the antique wood furniture in my attached dining room. I went with hard flooring squares. They are not ceramic sorry I can't give you a better name for them but I am in love with them. You can grout between them or butt them tight together. 16 x 16 squares with swirls of colors in them and easy to keep clean-not slippery when wet.

  • Zard Pocleeb Zard Pocleeb on Aug 24, 2018

    Tile might be a good choice. It holds up well, is easy to clean, and comes in an almost endless array of colors and finishes.

  • Patricia Patricia on Aug 24, 2018

    guess the floor should be a light color??🧐

  • Heather Olinde Heather Olinde on Aug 24, 2018

    Brick pavers are a nice transition to wood floors!

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