Kitchen & Bathroom Design Services in Tampa, FL
You spend most of your time at home either in the kitchen or the bathroom more than you realize. Your bathroom is where you typically begin and end your day, and your kitchen is where you gather with family to eat, help with homework, talk about your day, etc. Wouldn’t you want those rooms to reflect your personality and be functional all at the same time? At Hanover Carpet One Floor & Home in Tampa, Florida, we can help you make your dream kitchen and bath become a reality. Our in-house team of interior designers is here to help you choose everything from the right flooring to functional storage options for both kitchens and bathrooms and even pick out the perfect color scheme. We also offer wall tile, custom tile showers, and backsplashes to complete your dream look! Before you jump into a project, there are some basics you should know about, learn more below.
Finding flooring for the kitchen and bathroom presents some truly unique challenges, but our specialized product collection is up to the task! Creating a firm foundation for any renovation project, our stylish and durable flooring selections can help you bring it all together. From waterproof and water-resistant flooring to resilient synthetics, all the way to wood look tiles, everything you need is right here.
Tile has always been the number one choice for kitchens and bathrooms because of its classic style and natural durability. Tile flooring is one of the easiest floors to care for. If you accidentally spill something, you can simply wipe it up without worrying about stains. Tile comes in a variety of types, styles, colors, patterns, and more, so you can create a unique look in your home. We also carry a range of durability and performance choices, from low-traffic and low-cost options to more expensive heavy-duty tiles that have a greater slip and crack resistance.
Luxury vinyl has become a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms for many reasons. It’s extremely affordable, stylish, and easier to install than other flooring options. Today’s vinyl comes in truly authentic hardwood and stone look options that feature scratch and stain-resistant surfaces that are water-repellent and durable. This means you can have high-end, natural-looking wood, tile, and stone anywhere in your home while keeping your subfloor dry and protected from mold, rot, and other damage. Luxury vinyl planks and vinyl tiles are more insulated, comfortable, and quiet underfoot in comparison to real tile because they often have cushioned underlayments. We also offer luxury vinyl plank options that replicate the look and feel of natural hardwood. This is perfect if you want a hardwood look in your kitchen or bathroom because real wood flooring tends to warp in these areas. The high-definition printed image layer is so detailed that it is hard to tell the difference. Many luxury vinyl flooring options are 100% waterproof, so you can install them in your bathroom without issue.
Waterproof hardwood is a newer addition to the market. Unlike luxury vinyl planks, this is not just a wood-look floor. Each plank features an authentic cut of premium hardwood at the surface, from rich, warm hickory to contemporary white pine and much more. Our waterproof hardwood collection, Hydrotek H20, is installed with watertight seams and also has a durable vinyl underlay that keeps the planks from swelling and warping in moist conditions.
Looking at cabinets in their most basic form, they are just boxes on a wall. What makes a cabinet more than just a box on a wall is what you can do with it. Cabinets are known as the backbone of a kitchen and even bathroom because they are functional and good-looking. There are three choices when it comes to selecting cabinets: wall, base, and tall. Each style has its specific functions. You can store cookware in them, display dishware, or make a design more of a statement. You can even create your custom looks by combining the different cabinet styles. Create a pantry or utility wall by stacking wall cabinets, or an island using base and wall cabinets. The design possibilities are endless when it comes to cabinets, and we carry brands like Omega, Norcraft, and Homecrest in our showroom. Continue reading below to learn even more about our cabinets.
Base cabinets are the blueprint in the plan of your kitchen or bathroom. They take the burden of everyday activities like cooking or your morning routine. They are mounted to the floor and support your countertops and everything else that is on top.
Wall cabinets get mounted to the wall. There are endless design options like different heights, custom depth, multiple widths, and different door options. Combine base and wall cabinets to make an accent wall that stores cookware, linens, or whatever else you would need in your kitchen or bathroom.
Tall cabinets extend from floor to ceiling and are typically called a pantry. From small to big appliances, a pantry can store a lot, and tall utility cabinets can be made to fit large appliances such as ovens or microwaves.
Countertops come in a variety of options from different materials to different colors. Just like any other product in your home, trends come and go with countertops as well. The most budget-friendly option is laminate, which comes in a variety of colors and patterns that can mimic stone or wood. Stone countertops, like granite, marble, or limestone, are the most popular because of their beautiful look and natural durability against heat and scratches. Quartz countertops are a man-made, low-maintenance choice that is stain and partially heat resistant. Butcher block countertops are becoming more popular and are great for food prep and quick clean-up. We also offer laminate countertops, that gives you the look of natural stone without the price. Laminate countertops are durable and come in moisture-resistant options, so you never need to worry about a spill. At Hanover Carpet One Floor & Home in Tampa, we are proud to provide kitchen and bathroom designs to Odessa, FL.
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