Choosing your flooring will be one of the most impactful decisions you make when it comes to your new kitchen ideas. We have lots of beautiful options in our collection, from engineered wood flooring for your kitchen to easy-to-maintain laminate and vinyl options.
Explore the best flooring for your kitchen when you shop with Wickes. Our kitchen flooring types also include solid wood and tile-effect laminate, so you can create your dream space. Choose a waterproof laminate for a budget-friendly, stylish option. This type of kitchen flooring is available in a variety of realistic wood and tile effects, so you can enjoy luxury at a fraction of the cost.
If you want a new kitchen floor to last the test of time, you can’t do better than engineered or solid wood. Attractive and versatile, this type of flooring will look fabulous no matter what décor you choose. Update the design of your kitchen time and time again, while your durable kitchen floor remains at the heart of your space.
This 8mm brown oak effect laminate flooring offers long lasting practicality whilst remaining perfectly on trend. Embossed textures, eye-catching grain patterns and bevelled edges beautifully replicate the authentic look and feel of wood, providing a sophisticated finish designed to last. ...Read more
To view our wood flooring range in person, order some refundable samples or pop into one of our stores today. With a real oak brushed matt lacquered top layer and exceptional engineered board construction, this 14mm real wood herringbone style ...Read more
With a real oak brushed matt lacquered top layer and exceptional engineered board construction, this 14mm real wood herringbone style flooring combines the beauty and character of natural oak with high performance, stability and versatility. This on-trend, effortlessly contemporary floor ...Read more
Exclusive to Wickes, this responsibly sourced 14mm real wood top layer flooring combines the beautiful character of a solid timber floor with the exceptional performance of engineered wood construction. This advanced construction minimises expansion, contraction, and warping - making these ...Read more