Vinyl Kitchen Floors
A budget-friendly option, laminate floors are available in many styles that mimic pricey hardwood, tile and stone surfaces.
Crisp black-and-white checkerboard floors bring an updated vintage vibe. The resilient surface is soft and warm underfoot. Shown: Armstrong AlternaTM vinyl tile. Photo courtesy of Armstrong
Upscale Design Patterns
This sheet vinyl floor mimics 12-inch hand-set terra cotta tiles. The surface withstands wear and tear and is quite low maintenance. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.
Authentic Wood Details
Made to resemble oak hardwood, this vinyl floor resists moisture and features built-in antimicrobial proection. Shown: Congoleum DuraPlank II, Forest Oak, Golden Harvest. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation
Bold, Natural Styles
Inspired by nature, this luxury vinyl tile closely mimics slate, complete with rich colors and weathering. It must be installed with grout. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.
Grouted Vinyl Tile
This vinyl tile can be grouted for added realism. Vinyl is ideal for homes with pets, as it’s durable and comfortable, and it resists messes. Shown: Armstrong® AlternaTM groutable vinyl tile in Mesa StoneTM, Canyon Shadow. Photo courtesy of Armstrong