Vinyl flooring in the kitchen

Vinyl flooring in the kitchen

Vinyl flooring can be considered one of the excellent options for kitchen decoration; they are very resistant to injuries and blows that happen in the kitchen, and they are also very reasonably priced. Therefore, many people prefer vinyl flooring in the kitchen as their first choice. Also, vinyl does not show any damage or discoloration even when it is constantly exposed to moisture. These factors have made vinyl the first choice of many homeowners. This article wants to introduce several beautiful models of this cost-effective material at your service.

What makes vinyl flooring suitable for kitchens?

There are different reasons why vinyl is best for kitchen flooring. In short, these factors include waterproofness, very low price, easy cleaning, comfort, and aesthetics.

Waterproof properties of vinyl

Vinyl is a material that is resistant to moisture and water. Water will not penetrate Vinyl flooring in the kitchen because there are no pores on its surface. Of course, if you use vinyl tile or vinyl board (similar to parquet) installed on the kitchen floor like ceramic tiles, then the space between the tiles should be well filled with a special material to stop water from entering the space. Do not penetrate between the tiles into the vinyl. This material wears out over time, must be refilled every once in a while. However, this problem is completely solved in vinyl sheet types because the vinyl sheet sticks to one place on the kitchen floor with heat. Also, vinyl sheets are attached to the wall from the corners by heat so that there is no problem with water penetration.

Price of vinyl

The price of vinyl is even lower than the price of ceramic tiles. Therefore, vinyl flooring can be considered the best possible choice for homeowners who have a limited budget. Despite the low price, you can make it look like any material you want, such as ceramic, wood, stone, or even concrete on your kitchen floor. This option will make your kitchen look luxurious, but at a much lower cost.

Vinyl cleaning

When using vinyl flooring in the kitchen, you should not worry about stains and permanent dirt because vinyl is stain-resistant and easy to clean. But for vinyl to stay shiny for a long time, you have to keep its surface clean because if a lot of dirt and grease stays on the vinyl surface for a long time, it will make the vinyl color a little yellow and dark, which in terms of appearance hurts your kitchen decoration. You can also use warm water and regular detergents (not bleach or acid) suitable for cleaning vinyl.


Prolonged standing on hard, cold floors irritates the feet; the kitchen is also a place to stand for a long time. In vinyl flooring, you have the option to place a special pad under the vinyl cover that feels a little soft and delicate under the feet. The thickness of this pad determines how soft the kitchen floor will be. Naturally, the thicker the pad, the higher the cost.


Dishes and utensils are more likely to be dropped and sometimes broken in the kitchen, and because the surface of vinyl is softer than tile, ceramic, and stone, it is less likely to break dishes and throw pieces around the house.

Beautiful design 

The most significant advantage of using vinyl flooring in the kitchen is its beautiful and different design. Modern vinyl designs are so advanced that they create almost any shape with an extraordinarily natural look. If you are interested in ceramic tiles, stone, or wood, but your budget is low, you can create a very similar look with quality patterned vinyl. Even the design of textured materials can be applied on vinyl to give a completely similar feeling in terms of touch. If you use vinyl tiles, you can fill the space between the tiles with grout just like ceramic tiles to look similar to ceramic tiles.

Of course, the quality of vinyl’s appearance depends on the type of design and color. Among the printed, decorative and textured models, which naturally create a textured model of all quality options and look very similar to real models such as wood parquet or stone ceramic. 

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