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What Flooring Colors Go Best With White Cabinets?

A white kitchen is luxurious, welcoming and bright. If you’re planning a kitchen remodel in this neutral shade, you need to know what flooring colors go with white cabinets. It can seem like a tough decision with so many options, but a bit of inspiration will help. Consider your style and accents in your kitchen, along with the suggestions below. You’ll see how easy it is to find the best floor color for a white kitchen.

Best Flooring With White Cabinets

The colors you consider for your floors will change based on the material you choose. Hardwood floors are the contemporary choice for kitchens today, but you do have other options, such as tile. If you’re concerned about the longevity of hardwood or tile in your kitchen, get the look of a stylish product with enhanced durability in options such as laminate or vinyl.

Choose between luxury vinyl tile (LVT) that’s durable and mimics tile or luxury vinyl plank (LVP) that looks like hardwood. You’ll also find laminate options that look like tile or hardwood, giving you plenty of color choices.

Picking a Colored Floor for a White Kitchen

No matter which material you choose, these options give you the flexibility to select a specific color that suits your kitchen’s style:

  • Dark floors: Dark colors, from espresso to true black, make a dramatic statement with white cabinets. Dark options are best with white cabinets in modern spaces, especially if you have dark accents in your kitchen, such as your backsplash.
  • Medium floors: If dark feels a bit too overwhelming for your kitchen or style, go a few shades lighter with medium colors. A slightly dark gray shade is modern, while beige wood tones are natural and versatile. Avoid hues that are too orange, as that can look outdated and clash with your white cabinetry.
  • Light floors: Light hardwood is the best color floor for a white kitchen if you want to maintain an airy feel. Pine or golden oak options — as long as they aren’t too yellow — will add just enough color contrast to let your kitchen stand out without overwhelming the room.
  • White floors: White isn’t as common as the other options above. However, white hardwood or tile can fit with a white kitchen if you want a rustic look and feel. It’s also best for households without pets or kids as white floors can show stains and damage more easily. Use a matte white flooring and balance it with gray or brown neutrals elsewhere in your kitchen.

Finish Your Kitchen With Flooring From 50 Floor

When it’s time for a kitchen upgrade, check out flooring options from 50 Floor. We know that flooring is a crucial decision when it comes to any room in your home. You want the best for your budget and comfort, and with 50 Floor’s over four decades of combined experience, we make it easy for you to get just that.

Schedule an at-home consultation with us today for a convenient way to get the perfect floors for your kitchen or any room in your home.

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