It wasn't too long ago that our kitchen flooring options were pretty much limited to hardwood, laminate, or tile. No more. Now there's concrete, bamboo, and cork in the mix, among others. The only rule of thumb when it comes to the kitchen floor is to steer clear of products that absorb moisture, such as carpeting. Beyond that, the design possibilities are boundless.
Engineered Hardwood Flooring
This engineered hardwood flooring comes in a variety of inviting patterns, stains, and sheens. The white oak is extremely durable and can be installed over radiant heat systems.
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