What Kind of Flooring Material Looks Good with Quartz Countertops?
Let’s say you have the rest of your kitchen put together in exactly the way you envisioned, and you just installed new quartz countertops. So, what’s the best flooring for quartz countertops?
Take a look at these and see which one fits your preferences best.
Concrete might not be what crosses your mind first when you think of kitchen floors, but you’d be surprised by how beautiful they can be. And they’re not just beautiful—they’re incredibly tough too. It takes a whole lot to chip or scratch this flooring, and as long as you keep it sealed and properly maintained, it could last forever.
Vinyl comes in either sheets or tiles and appears in a wide variety of styles and designs. While you can easily install tiles yourself, it’s important to know that vinyl sheets require professional installation.
This flooring is very durable and will last for a significant amount of time—and they’re also very easy to clean. They’re also known for their cushion, so they’re comfortable to stand on.
Laminate is attractive and affordable, and not only that, but it can be installed right overtop of old flooring, which takes away the amount of labor needed. If you’re on a budget, laminate is a great option because it’s affordable and looks great—but it’s important to note that this type of flooring doesn’t last as long as others.
Hardwood floors are all the rage in both old and new homes. It’s popular because it’s comfortable to stand on, looks warm and welcoming, and is a great investment. Hardwood floors are easy to clean and don’t require much maintenance, all the while lasting very far into the future.
One thing that people love about porcelain tile is the fact that the color goes all the way through the tile. That means if a chip or scratch occurs, you might not even notice! One downside is the fact that they are very hard, which can make standing uncomfortable after an extended period of time.
If you’re looking for something with a unique style but you can’t afford to spend an arm and a leg, check out ceramic tile. These tiles come in all sorts of designs and colors, and they’re ultra-durable as well.
If you’re going for a natural look in your kitchen, choose stone flooring. It comes in a variety of styles, designs, and colors, and it shouldn’t surprise you how durable it is! Just keep in mind that stone flooring can be very expensive—but it’s always a worthwhile investment.
Quartz Countertops and Your Floors
These are our favorite types of flooring to pair with quartz countertops. Which one sticks out to you? Let us know by getting in touch with us and requesting a quote—we’ll make your vision come to life.
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