Ways to Update Your Kitchen and Bathroom Flooring

Ways to Update Your Kitchen and Bathroom Flooring
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    It's that time of the year – time to open up the windows, clear the clutter, and get your remodeling projects underway.


If kitchen and bathroom remodeling are on your to-do list this spring, here are a few ideas for updating the flooring to consider.

Break Out the Stain

Hardwood floors will always be a favorite among homeowners, but they can lose some of their allure over time. If you already have hardwood down but want a new look, consider staining it.

This allows you to revive it to its full luster or change the tone. In any case, it can be a simple flooring update that doesn’t break the bank.

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Value Vinyl

Vinyl flooring used to get a bad rap as it looked so cheap. However, that’s no longer the case. You can choose vinyl sheets, tiles, and even planks to mimic the look of any flooring you like.

For instance, they have options that look like stone and wood. If your kitchen and bathroom remodeling budget is tighter than you want it to be but you want an expensive look, vinyl is a great option.

In addition to no longer looking cheap, it’s also more durable than ever before. It’s both water and heat resistant, making it a smart choice for bathrooms and kitchens. This is especially true if you have children or pets.

Tile It Up

Tile is another timeless flooring choice, especially for bathrooms and kitchens. And they come in a wide range of options.

While ceramic tile was once the go-to, you can now find porcelain tile, ceramic tile, and even vinyl tile. You can also choose a tile that looks like any other flooring style you love, like wood, stone, and marble.

Mix It Up

Who says you have to choose just one style or flooring type? More and more homeowners are expressing their creativity through their flooring choices.

For example, some are creating a mosaic of their favorites. Others are creating geometric patterns in the middle of their floor surrounded by a complementary flooring type. And some are creating those designs in the shape of a rug to go beneath their dining room tables.

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If this sounds like a good idea to you, embrace your creativity. Before you dive in, though, be sure to find some inspiration and draw out the basic design.

This will help ensure you purchase the right supplies and help communicate your ideas more clearly with anyone you hire to install your new flooring.

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