45 Kitchen Floor: Models and Types of Materials

To choose the ideal floor for the kitchen, it is necessary to follow some criteria, so as not to be mistaken in the decoration that exists with all the rest of this environment. It is necessary to observe whether the material has a high resistance, because it is a product that will be in the place for a long time, if it is easy to clean and finally harmonizes with the style of the furniture.

We separate some models that you would like to use on the floor of your kitchen.

The ceramic flooring is very similar to the appearance of the porcelain stoneware tile, with a lower resistance so that it is well over. Nevertheless, it has a variety of colors, sizes, textures and finishes (smooth, imitation wood, stones, marble).

It is a great option to use in kitchens because it has a cleaning facility, a variable cost and a nice result. The cool thing is to use the revised floor, which facilitates the cleaning and gets a better finish for this environment.

1. Ceramic floors

Figure 1 – Ceramic floor in small plates in gray color

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Picture 2 – Ceramic floor in large plates in gray color

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Picture 3 – ceramic floor in beige color

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Figure 4 – Ceramic floor in small plates in white color with gray cardboard

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Picture 5 – White ceramic floor

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2. Burned cement floors

The fired cement floor is one of the most sought after to have a good cost advantage. It can have a rustic style, but with the mix of modern furniture in the kitchen it’s super different and with lots of personality.

It has been widely used with hydraulic tile strips to form flooring subdivisions and to give the kitchen more style. But be careful because the burned cement with decorative stripes is more resistant to cracking because it is divided into several smaller pieces.

The fired cement floor without joints is recommended for small kitchens because its smooth and uniform appearance gives the environment more amplitude. Already with joints or ribbons of decoration is more recommended for large kitchens.

Picture 6 – Cement floor burned in black kitchen

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Figure 7 – Burnt cement floor in the big kitchen

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Figure 8 – Cement floor being burned in the kitchen, doing the separation of the environment

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Figure 9 – Cemented cement floor with strips in hydraulic tiles

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3. Hydraulic flooring

The hydraulic tile floor is another coating that is increasingly being used as a kitchen floor. It has a retro style because of its designs and colors used in the piece, so it brings joy to the environment.

It can be found in a wide variety of colors, sizes and designs. You are the one who decides how the composition is made by them and can be produced with personalized designs.

Figure 10 – Colored hydraulic tile floor

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Picture 11 – Hydraulic tiled floor in neutral colors

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Image 12 – Black and white tiled floor

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Picture 13 – Hydraulic tile floor with flower design

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Picture 14 – Hydraulic tile floor with orange color

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Picture 15 – Hydraulic tiled floor for rustic kitchen

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Picture 16 – Hydraulic tiled floors combined with red kitchen

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4. Floors with pads

Thanks to its variety of materials, colors, sizes and textures, the tablet can be combined with any type of kitchen. Thus, the variation of the pieces gives a unique and original touch. The cool thing about pasting the insert into the ground is to leave all the same color, with a more modern finish. But for those who prefer a jovial and funky effect, you can make a gradient in multiple colors.

The most common use in kitchen floors is glass , in porcelain , and ceramics , because they are more resistant to water and easier to clean.

Picture 17 – ground with black tablet

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Picture 18 – ground with red tablet

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Picture 19 – floor with transparent tablet

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Picture 20 – White tray bottom

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Picture 21 – Soil with composition of tablets

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Picture 22 – floor with blue tablet

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Picture 23 – floor and wall with black tablet

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5. Floors with marble

Marble is one of the most expensive floors on the market due to its high strength and durability. Being made of natural stone, its material is of high quality. But its use requires great care, from installation to cleaning. That’s why you need skilled workers.

In the kitchen there is a whole charm and leaves the room very modern. They have different colors and finishes, so for those who do not want to miss the ideal, use the lighter colors.

Picture 24 – White marble floor

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Picture 25 – Marble floor with bright colors

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Picture 26 – White marble floor with black and white furniture

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Picture 27 – Marble floor with soft gray spots

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The vinyl coating has been widely used for those who want a quick and cheap change to the environment since it is convenient and easy to install. The visual effect is similar to that of wood, so for those who want to spend less and have a fantastic result, you will not regret it.

In addition to the convenience and manufacture of PVC, it is easy to clean, durable and very durable.

Picture 28 – Vinyl floor in dark tone

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Picture 29 – Vinyl floor in a light tone

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Picture 30 – Vinyl floor for small kitchen

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Picture 31 – Vinyl floor for kitchens with white furniture

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6. Epoxy floor

The epoxy floor is made of resin and is a great floor for the kitchen because it is extremely easy to clean, does not stick to grease, does not crack and very rarely has stains. A monolithic floor (without joints) can be applied in different colors and designs, giving the kitchen a special and daring effect.

Figure 32 – Yellow epoxy floor

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Figure 33 – Epoxy floor for kitchen in the attic

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Picture 34 – White epoxy floor

Picture 35 – White epoxy floor for a large kitchen

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7. Portuguese stone

The Portuguese stone is a great material to coat floors for those who like a different cuisine and urban style. Although it is a waterproof floor, the disadvantage is the difficulty of cleaning. But it surpasses all other floors of style and personality.

Picture 36 – White Portuguese stone floor

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Picture 37 – Portuguese stone floor in reddish tones

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8. Porcelain

The Porcelanato is a great coating for the kitchen because it has a modern style and with several models. It is sold on boards and you can also find it in different colors, textures and patterns. The most sought after is a texture that imitates materials such as wood, baked cement and stone.

The types of porcelain tile floor specified to put in the kitchen, it is the enameled , O satin it is natural . These types are easier to clean, water resistant, non-greasy and can last a lifetime with good care

Picture 38 – Porcelain stoneware floor with cement-cement effect

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Picture 39 – porcelain floor with wood look

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Picture 40 – Porcelain floor with satined surface

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Picture 41 – Porcelain floor with frosted effect

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Picture 42 – Porcelain tile floor in large plates

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Picture 43 – porcelain floor with natural effect

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9. Granite

The granite floor is a great option for those who want a kitchen with a lot of sophistication. Although it is a more expensive material, it is resistant to infiltration, stains and bumps. You can find the granite floor in different colors and each color has a unique pattern.

In kitchens, granite must be waterproofed to prevent moisture from damaging the natural appeal of the piece.

Picture 44 – granite floor in beige color

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Picture 45 – Black granite floor

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