Guide for Natural Stone Flooring

Natural stone is unsurpassed for beauty and distinction, and despite requiring more care than some flooring types, remains a popular choice where elegance is preferred.

Our natural stone guides include discussion of granite, marble, travertine, limestone and slate flooring. These materials have been used for thousands of years, and today’s stone flooring products are more beautiful and durable than ever.

Natural Stone Flooring Guides

In order to help you research natural stone flooring and compare it to your options including hardwood, laminate, ceramic tile and luxury vinyl tile, we’ve created a set of guides.

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As you browse this site, you’ll discover these types of guides for all kitchen components including flooring, cabinets, countertops, islands and more!

Natural Stone Flooring Pinterest Board

Be inspired and informed through beautiful pictures and more on our natural stone flooring Pinterest page! See what natural stone looks like in dream kitchens like you’re planning for your home.

  • Butcher block counter - Kitchen. I'm more interested in the stone floor
  • Natural Stone - Kitchen Flooring: 8 Popular Choices - Bob Vila
  • White cabinets and natural kitchen floor tiles
  • Greys and whites. Love the homemade driftwood light. I want to do that!  Cathy & Tony's Calm, Creative English Home
  • french limestone floor
  • Reminds me of the slate floor in our old farmhouse. Beautiful & full of character!
  • gray tiles + white cabinets + brown wood and a countryside feel
  • What about a country #kitchen? This is a shaker kitchen- the most popular style of kitchen
  • Use Bellstone's Pewter travertine - tumbled to make your house look this beautiful!
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Finding a Flooring Installer or General Kitchen Remodeler

You’ve got options during your kitchen remodeling project. You can either find the flooring contractor or leave that to a general contractor (GC) who has relationships with flooring installers.

Finding the flooring installer yourself is the best way to reduce your total cost. First, you’re not paying a GC to do it for you. Secondly, you can shop around for an experienced installer with the best prices. The way to do this is to request written estimates from several installation companies that know they’re competing for the work.

If you choose to find the installer, we can reduce the hassle of it with one quick and convenient form. The service puts you in touch with prescreened local natural stone flooring installers that know they must give very competitive bids to be considered. The process gives you the opportunity to learn about the experience of each installer as well as their prices before you make your decision. There is no obligation or cost for using the service.