If you want kitchen flooring that’s warm and easy to walk on, then you must consider linoleum flooring. The wide array of colors and designs and the fact that it’s natural make it very popular. The composition is linseed oil, cork dust or wood flour, ground limestone, and color pigments. This mixture is placed over a jute, burlap or canvas surface. Linoleum or lino gets its name from the Latin equivalents for flax (linum) and oil (oleum). This flooring doesn’t break porcelain and it’s not damaged easily by water.
There are so many kinds of kitchen flooring that it may be quite difficult for you to choose one. Each of the possible flooring materials has advantages and disadvantages. The best way to choose your flooring is to answer the questions below.