I can assist you with any construction, and renovation questions.
You might find this article handy. It covers both the pros and con of both hardwood and tile for the kitchen.
Kitchen floors - Is tile or hardwood better?
Design of the kitchen
Current style of counter tops
Type of wood used
Type of tile used
Virtual opinion w/o reviewing the entire project how it all flows with remaining part of home difficult to render an opinion
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If, however, you're renovating for your own future use (maybe sell in a year or two?), either is fine, just avoid anything that will need to be changed out when you do put the home on the market. I've had hardwood in my kitchen for over 10 years and it still looks like new, even with kids and pets.
- Betty Best, RE/MAX Allegiance, VA
Most flooring companies provide design services, and I would either go that route or contract a decorator on my own.
We're the professionals when it comes to selling real estate; decorators and designers are professionals, too.
All the best,