From Thanksgiving turkey to your morning bowl of cereal, the dining room is a central part of your home. Having flooring that can withstand spilled cups of milk is important. Here at Floor Coverings International North York we want you to have the perfect flooring for your home. We’ve broken down the top dining room flooring options, so you can focus on what to make for dinner.

dining room floor hardwood


Hardwood flooring can fit in with any home design, be it traditional or contemporary. Its ageless beauty makes it one of the best options for a dining room. The rich brown of a walnut floor would bring a combination of warmth and elegance into your dining room. Maple flooring could give your dining room a clean and classic look.

Beyond walnut and maple, there are many different types and styles of hardwood floor, so you’re certain to find one that is right for you. The experts at Floor Coverings International North York can break down each option, making the process of picking out a new dining room floor less overwhelming.

Luxury Vinyl Tile

Vinyl has an unwarranted bad reputation. New and improved luxury vinyl tile has come a long way in recent years. Manufacturing developments have made it one of the best choices for homes in North York.

Not only is it durable, affordable, and long lasting – it also comes in a slew of different designs. Luxury vinyl tile can replicate the look of hardwood or stone tile, or other amazing styles. Want the sleek look of natural stone floor in your dining room without the cold feeling? Luxury vinyl tile is right for you. Plus it’s low maintenance, making it the perfect option for a busy lifestyle.

Bamboodining room floors bamboo

Bamboo flooring is great for North York, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, and Markham homeowners looking to put a modern spin on a classic dining room. Bamboo is a trendy flooring material, while still containing an elegance that will outlast any trend.

Not only is bamboo flooring easy to maintain, it is also an eco-friendly flooring option. While the flooring is often mistaken for hardwood, bamboo is actually a grass. A bamboo plant is highly renewable, as it is able to reach maturity in three to five years. Once mature, the plant is harvested and layers of bamboo strands are adhered together. The result is sustainable and stunning.

Get Started Today

Not sure which flooring is right for you? Schedule a free in-home design consultation and visit from our mobile showroom with the experts at Floor Coverings International North York and you’ll be one step closer to having the perfect dining room floors!

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