It’s the height of summer, a perfect time to re-decorate and refurbish your home with fresh colors and patterns.

One of the most overlooked sections of the house is the kitchen. Most kitchens are hidden from plain view by incoming guests, so many people don’t prioritize modifications in the cooking area. However, as any homeowner and home cook would know, the kitchen is one of the easiest places to get destroyed and stained, mostly by spills and accumulated dirt.

Look at your kitchen flooring right now. Doesn’t it need a major makeover? Here are five suggestions to update the floors in your cooking area:

Place a linoleum cover

You don’t need to chip off your stained floors. Just put a layer of linoleum over the entire kitchen floor area to make it look new.

Use a rubber floor

Rubber may be an uncommon type of flooring, but it works wonders for people who stay long in the kitchen. Its bouncy nature results to less stress on your feet and joints, and it’s very easy to clean.

Convert to wood flooring

Feel the beauty of nature by using wood for your kitchen flooring. Should you decide to use this material, make sure to apply a coat of finish on the surface after installation.

Laminate your kitchen floor

This is one of the cheapest ways to change the look of your floors. Laminates are available in various patterns — even wood or ceramic tiles — so you can choose one that fits your style.

Put a mat or rug

The easiest and most affordable way to spruce up the kitchen is to adorn the flooring with a nice rug. Doesn’t it feel nice to stand with your bare feet on a wooly cushioned rug while working in the kitchen?

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