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when we first moved into our house 4 years ago. we ripped out the old hard 9" square tiles and put down a mannington floating floor but the kitchen is very small and it's held up really nice. i have only done a few on jobs. i knew it wasn't going to be forever and didn't want to spend a lot on tile that would someday not be a kitchen or get remodeled.

I would put tile in there. although its hard on your feet/legs/back if standing for a long time, nothing a few small rugs wouldn't solve.

we've done a lot of hardwood, prefinished and unfinished in kitchens as well. they seem to hold up. brazilian cherry or mahogany holds up well in wetter areas. not that a kitchen is really an area where you a slopping water all over.
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