Kitchen Trends: Hardwood Floors


In the past, many homeowners decided to install either tile or laminate flooring in their kitchens. These materials work well in kitchens because they are pretty easy to clean, and they can stand up to the many wet spills that usually occur in this space. In today’s kitchens, tile and laminate are becoming less and less popular. Instead, homeowners are choosing to incorporate hardwood floors in their kitchen remodeling projects.

Some homeowners carry the common misconception that hardwood flooring just isn’t durable enough to withstand everything that goes on in a kitchen, but that’s actually not the case. When they are maintained correctly, hardwood floors can last for a very long time.

To maintain the beauty of your hardwood floors, you should sweep the floor on a daily basis to remove the dirt that can be brought inside. Also be sure to clean up any water spills right away, as the wood may start to warp if water is left sitting there for too long.

Check out this blog post for even more advice on having hardwood floors in your kitchen.