It is that time of the year again when homeowners are starting to think about remodeling projects. In many cases it is because they are thinking about selling their home in the near future. With this in
Since I have three children of my own and have extensive experience with working with the different materials that you mentioned. I would highly recommend hardwood in the living and dining rooms, but in the kitchen (where moisture is a factor) go with either porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, or granite tile (depending on your budget and decor). They will be the most durable and long lasting with the little feet running and jumping on them.
Have fun with it regardless of the choice!... more