Hardwood Kitchen Floors

Add warmth and timeless beauty to your kitchen with classic hardwood flooring.

Warm, Classic Style

Hickory hardwood floors lend classic beauty and warmth in the kitchen. A favorite of many homeowners, the surface lasts for years and ages gracefully. Photo courtesy of Armstrong

Versatile Flooring Design

A revolution in the world of hardwood, this unique flooring comes in squares and rectangles as well as planks. The black-and-white checkerboard design brings this kitchen to life. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.

Beauty and Value

Hand-scraped hickory hardwood adds rich character to the kitchen. Though hardwood is one of the more expensive floor options, it adds value to a home. Shown: Handscraped Hickory, Mocha. Photo courtesy of EcoTimber

Eco-Friendly Engineered Hardwood

Engineered hardwood is a great choice for open kitchen/dining spaces. This floor uses approximately 50 percent less harvested wood than conventional engineered flooring. Photo courtesy of Shaw Floors

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Kitchen Floor Buying Guide

The floor lays the groundwork for style and function in your kitchen. Think about your lifestyle and cost when choosing the right surface for you.