When planning a new kitchen, the flooring can sometimes be an after-thought. As the largest surface in any new kitchen, however, considering the flooring first can pay dividends.
Porcelain tiling is stylish, limestone offers elegance and sophistication while wooden floors add warmth.
There are of course any number of options to suit every taste, lifestyle and budget - from laminate to luxury vinyl, natural stone to patterned tiles.
Choosing the right flooring requires some thought. The materials used for a new kitchen can enhance the overall look and design and bring different rooms together for a seamless and fluid style.
Underfloor heating is popular and works best with porcelain or stone flooring but wouldn’t be suitable for most wooden floors.