Kitchen flooring ideas

Kitchen flooring ideas

You have a lot to think of when shopping for new floors for your kitchen. But, first, they are active, busy rooms that experience a lot of wear and foot traffic.

Top priorities include high style, durability, waterproof and easy care. Here are some ideas for making it unique.


Both looks are expected to trend for at least 15 years. Porcelain, which is tough and dense, comes in a wide assortment of colors and can be made to look like anything, as you'll see in the flooring store.

Thanks to Inkjet Technology, intricate patterns include knots, grains, veining, color variations, and texture. For wood looks, planks are cut into any size.

Creative layouts

Wood look tile planks, luxury vinyl plank (LVP), or tile (LVT flooring) are arranged in herringbone, random width, or geometric patterns. A popular look is a checkerboard with two alternating patterns, such as black and white or tile and stone.

Go for a rigid core plank to amp up your new floors. This is a luxury vinyl plank with the SPC (stone plastic composite) core that never peels or ripples, giving you the ultimate peace of mind.

Waterproof Flooring

These floors provide ultimate style and peace of mind. Gorgeous wood and stone designs are in flooring that offer the highest level of moisture protection and durability.

The floors are constructed with WPC (wood plastic composite) or SPC (stone plastic composite) cores that won't peel or ripple. It doesn't matter how much water there is or for how long.

Now, let’s get you into our flooring company!

At Stateline Custom Floors, we have high quality at low prices. We also boast the most qualified installers, with over 25 years of experience each.

You'll see well-known brands like Mohawk and SolidTech. Daltile. Congoleum and more in our Pepperell, MA showroom. Be sure to visit us for flooring, especially if you live or work in Lunenburg, Townsend, Acton, Westford, Concord, Littleton, MA, Lake Winnipesaukee, Brookline, and Hollis, NH.