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The kitchen is the hub of the home where people gravitate to cook, eat and entertain. It’s a high-traffic area that sees a lot of activity, therefore, you want this space to look great, yet be easy to clean up. As your kitchen floor can bear the brunt of a lot of spills, this means you need to choose a highly stain-resistant floor covering.

That’s what makes luxury kitchen vinyl flooring or hybrid kitchen flooring the perfect choice. These versatile kitchen flooring options are where both style and functionality come together, making cleanups a breeze and ensuring that your floors last year after year. 

Discover kitchen flooring ideas for your space

At Armstrong Flooring, you’ll find a range of kitchen flooring options to suit every style. From wood looks, to terrazzo and concrete visuals, we’ve made it easy to create a stunning kitchen you’ll love, with the practical finishes that will make cleaning much less of a chore.  

When it comes to colours, there’s plenty to choose from so you’ll always get the best flooring for your kitchen. If you prefer a terrazzo or concrete look, our Natural Creations Earthcuts luxury vinyl tile is a great choice. With hues from deep brown to light grey, it suits a variety of kitchen styles from classic to modern. If you’re after a wood look, our Kingswood selections have a range of wood colourings, such as spotted gum, blackbutt, and honey oak. 

Want to see the flooring in your space? Try our room visualiser tool and explore different designs online. 

Kitchen Flooring FAQ

What type of flooring is best for kitchens?

Luxury vinyl and hybrid flooring are both great options when choosing flooring for the kitchen. Both luxury vinyl and hybrid flooring come in a range of different colours and tones to suit your space. They’re also durable and easy to keep clean - ideal for the kitchen where spills can easily happen. 

How easy is it to maintain hybrid or luxury vinyl flooring?

Both hybrid and luxury vinyl flooring are easy to maintain, as they’ve been engineered for durability. Regularly sweep your floors, and wipe up spills promptly with a damp cloth. For a deeper clean, use a damp mop with a neutral ph detergent and you’re good to go!

What colour floor makes a kitchen look bigger?

To make your kitchen look bigger, use lighter tones such as greige, beige, or a light terrazzo. By choosing colours that reflect light such as these, your space will immediately appear larger.

Room Visualiser

Take the guesswork out of choosing your new floor. Our room visualiser is designed to help you visualise our floors in your home.