When choosing kitchen flooring, always consider functionality first.
Kitchens are the engine room of the home. We spend a lot of our time in there so a good, hard wearing floor is a must. You’re kitchen floor also deals with the most mess so make sure you consider the type of flooring that will be most practical but also aesthetically pleasing. Ceramic tiles, polished wooden floors and lino all work well.
If you are considering laying your own flooring in your kitchen and the floor is a little out of level, use some self-levelling compound prior to starting to lay your new floor. This will ensure that your floor will not only have a better finish but last longer.