Dining Room Flooring Guide
The dining room functions differently for different people. For some, it's a place for daily family meals and homework. For others, it's a room that sees most of its action during holidays or dinner parties. Dropped food, spilled drinks, and heavy chairs are inevitable no matter the purpose, meaning both style and durability are a must.
What kind of flooring is best for dining rooms?
Dining rooms are often adjacent to living rooms and kitchens, and flooring flows from one room to the next. Rigid Core flooring is a perfect option to create a timeless and beautiful look that suits the demands of all your main-level living areas. Unlike traditional hardwood, it resists scratches and stains, is 100% waterproof*, and in most cases doesn’t need unsightly transition or expansion molding. Of course, it's always smart to put felt padding on your chair and table legs to reduce the potential for scrapes and gouges.
Which might be the best dining room floor for you? It really depends on your budget and the type of look you prefer. Rigid Core, luxury vinyl tile, engineered tile, and vinyl sheet will all look and perform great in any dining room.
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* When exposed to water, planks will not swell, buckle or lose integrity. (see warranty for details)