Projects, February 2, 2018
Wood Flooring for Kitchens by The Natural Wood Floor Co
Kitchen Wood Flooring
Wooden flooring universally adored for its timeless quality, warmth, and character. The hard-wearing and easy to clean nature of wood flooring makes it an ideal choice for high-traffic, demanding areas such as kitchens.
Quality Wood Flooring for Kitchens
Engineered flooring is a high-quality product that we recommended for many interior designers. It looks and feels like a solid board but has a multi-layer construction, making it far more rigid and stable. This makes it able to resist the fluctuations in heat and humidity found in kitchens, especially those with cast iron cookers or underfloor heating.
We manufacture most of the engineered flooring that we sell. You can read more about our expert engineering processes or if you’re ready to look for a kitchen floor, view our range of engineered flooring.
Wooden flooring looks amazing in open-plan kitchen/dining schemes. A large expanse of the same floor creates unity, seamlessly linking different areas of the house together. However big or small the space is, the wide range of colours, textures, plank sizes, and timber species gives you plenty to choose from to help create your dream kitchen.
The practical side of wood flooring in the kitchen
Generally, wood flooring is durable and can withstand many of the challenges of everyday life. We have some helpful advice on how to protect a wood floor from these challenges. Based on our experience, you might want to try an oiled finish on a wood floor in the kitchen. Oiled floors are more naturally resistant to liquids that might be spilt in the kitchen and oil can be easily reapplied if and when the floor shows signs of needing a refresh. Read our guide on how to maintain an oiled floor here.
Examples of kitchen wood flooring
To the left is a selection of examples of wood flooring we have supplied that have been installed in kitchens
More inspiration for wood flooring projects
The wood flooring that we manufacture isn’t just suitable for kitchens. If you’re looking for lay a floor in your bathroom, bedroom, office, or any other living space, you can find ideas on our Houzz or Pinterest pages.