kitchen diner flooring

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Kitty1996 Sat 22-Aug-20 13:04:16

Looking for a recommendation for kitchen/ diner flooring from someone who has had it down for 5 to 10 years in a household with muddy dogs and many muddy boots, where it still looks good and is low maintenance .We have under floor heating so I can't have reclaimed oak floors which is what I really want because they just look better the more battered they get! Any tried and tested floors / colours (I know from experience solid colours show dirt more!) would be really helpful. Thankyou mumsnet

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GreyishDays Sat 22-Aug-20 13:07:05

Engineered wood? Get one with a thick layer of oak on top.

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