You have a lot of options when it comes to choosing the flooring for your Naples kitchen remodel. There are many options that include exotic woods (even bamboo) and engineered woods (By the way, here’s an article that gives you a comparative overview of natural and engineered wood flooring). When it comes to higher-end remodeling projects, however. The choices generally narrow to include conventional hardwood or stone. Let’s take a look at the best kitchen flooring for your Naples remodel with these two styles to consider.
Bear in mind that there are still many color and texture choices within those two styles. And in addition to thinking about style, you’ll also want to consider durability and price. For this post, we thought it might be helpful to show you differing examples from the two main styles.
The popularity of stone flooring is undeniable. It’s elegant, durable, and easy to maintain. Here are a few examples of what we’re talking about.
The beautiful stone floor you see here is the perfect complement to this modern style kitchen. It accentuates the clean, clear lines that run throughout the kitchen—from the counters to the island and even the choice of kitchen chairs.
This kitchen also boasts a stone floor, but you’ll notice the kitchen has a bit more of a traditional look. The homeowners chose Travertine flooring to provide a bit of a warmer look and feel.
In the kitchen you see here, the homeowners opted for a marble floor to set off the contrasting light and dark woodwork in the kitchen.
For many homeowners, the warmth of natural hardwood flooring is hard to beat. Here are a few examples from kitchens we've remodeled in the Naples area.
This Coquina Sands luxury kitchen uses a medium-dark natural hardwood floor to set off the white cabinets and counters. It’s a very rich color that extends into other rooms in the home.
The hardwood flooring in this modern Wilshire kitchen also provides a warm touch to balance the white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. It also shows how wood is a nice warm alternative to stone even in a modern style kitchen.
This Naples home features a more traditional style off-white kitchen and an even lighter shade of hardwood flooring that creates a warm and welcoming feel for family members and guests.
The examples above, of course, are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to flooring options for your Naples kitchen remodel. Which one is right for your kitchen? The best way to determine that is to talk with a professional designer about your lifestyle (how do you plan to use your kitchen?) and about your style preferences. Our professional designers can walk you through your options and talk about durability and pricing. And you can also visit our showroom online—or visit—to see samples of the various materials before making your final choice.