Need good flooring ideas for your kitchen? If traditional Luxury Vinyl Tile is what you are looking for then check out Armstrong Flooring's Luxe Plank with Rigid Core technology. We also recommend rigid core and sheet vinyl flooring by Armstrong, Bruce, COREtec and Shaw Floors. This locking vinyl plank flooring has a 20 mil wear layer and is 100% waterproof, so planks won't swell, buckle or lose integrity when exposed to water.
All kitchen floors must be able to resist spills and high-traffic which is why when it comes to durability Armstrong Flooring's Diamond 10 Technology is unmatched in performance, look and feel. The comfort and long lasting warranty are note-worthy features to take notice and appreciate when investing in your next kitchen floor. For a vintage look we also suggest Forbo Marmoleum click and sheet linoleum flooring.
Although any kind of flooring will work in a kitchen setting technically, the type you choose will depend heavily on your specific durability features or look you wish to achieve. However, most people prefer to install a hardwood flooring in their kitchen because it flows gracefully from room-to-room (mostly in open floor plans).
Armstrong's FlexStep is budget-friendly, fiberglass vinyl sheet designed for increased comfort over traditional felt-backed products — plus it allows for an easy modified loose lay installation. Available in multiple performance levels, you can select a design that meets your lifestyle and budget needs
Depending on your preferred interior flooring look or specific needs, most sheet vinyl can range between $2 to $4 dollars per square foot while some of the more luxurious vinyl sheet floors can cost up to $6 dollars per Sq Ft or more.