Currently I have ceramic tile and my feet hurt; I am certain I'm
developing heal spurs because of walking without shoes on this solid
tile that is afixed to cement below (house is right on the slab-no
subflooring;thank you cambridge homes- frickin morons)
To add some bounce to the floor but keep it resitant from spills and
stains, what options do i have?
Wood is susceptable to water. Maybe less if I finish it with one
thick layer of polyurathane, but reasonable to walk on
Laminate wood (pergo)
Laminate is even more so acceptable by design. The water will go right
in between each board. Can be very comfortable in floating floor
Cork is supposed to be really comfortable to walk on, good insulator,
but what happens if I spill a glass of water (will I end up with a
speed bump because it absorbs the water?
Durable, but not much of a cushion. I would almost have to create a
some kind of subfloor to make it more comfortable to walk on.