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This article is from our Most Popular stories file.Not all kitchen floors are Kitchen Box created equal. As much as we’d like every floor to have exceptional durability, a low price tag, superior longevity and sky-high resale value, it just isn’t realistic. If you’re planning to revamp your kitchen floors, knowing the strengths and weaknesses of hardwood, tile, travertine, laminate and vinyl is paramount. We weigh the pros and cons of these five common flooring types to help you select the right option for your lifestyle. "1. Hardwood Mix the sizes of your hardwood planks Kitchen Box to add dimension to your kitchen. This traditional kitchen has planks with varied widths, but you can also choose planks with different lengths.David Churchill - Architectural PhotographerCleaner hardwood styles can blend in well with modern and contemporary designs. Hardwood flooring with a raw, unfinished texture gives this sleek London cooking space a natural midcentury modern touch.MHK Architecture & PlanningHardwood floors can also sport contemporary color palettes. This Miami kitchen uses gray oak to ground the ethereal white cabinetry.Modern Rustic HomesWoods with knots, grains and hand-scraped textures have strong character. They can restore a home’s original Kitchen Box charm when you’re renovating a fixer-upper. 2. Tile The porcelain tile in this minimalist kitchen captures the natural movement of marble sans the maintenance. Marble tile and plank tile can be a low-care substitute for real stone and wood.Kristin Lam InteriorsPlank tile combines the beauty of hardwood with the durability of porcelain and ceramic. As with Kitchen Box hardwood, you can mix and match the sizes of your planks to create depth in your kitchen. 3. Travertine 4. Laminate 5. Vinyl Whereas vinyl plank and vinyl tile are manufactured in separate pieces, sheet vinyl is manufactured in large sheets, typically about 12 feet long. It can be more cost-effective than the other two options." Is your kitchen so small, you can capture the whole thing in one photo? We want to see it! Post pictures of your compact kitchen in the Comments section below, and tell us how you make the most of that small space. Your photos may be featured in an upcoming story. "Open shelving, a utensil rack, Kitchen Box an undercounter microwave and a bench-turned-bookshelf help save space in this London kitchen. A fiery red countertop and shiny steel backsplash give this ultracompact kitchen flair. Colorful appliances and decorative curtains exude country charm in this small Cape Kitchen Box Cod, Massachusetts, kitchen."