Another thought Mary.
We all have to do what our budget dictates so having said that I'm just going to throw this one out there.
My best friend, a "hobby" dog breeder put this in her home 8 years ago. She says she would do it all over again. The flooring is a bit pricey BUT the installation is $1 sq. ft.
I've seen it & felt it. It's AMAZING! You really can't tell it's not wood until you get down & examine closely. It does have good texture to it. More non slip than any tile I've ever seen. My friend, being a breeder, gets puppy piddles, & poos & all the punishment dogs can give a floor. She has at any given time from 6 to 11 dogs & they are not "kennel" dogs. They are raised in the house. The stuff looks as good as the day it was installed. Lots of doggy nails have hit that floor! As a breeder too, she has concerns of bacteria, virus (parvo etc...) getting in the grout of tile. Real concerns for a responsible breeder. Maybe not so much for you & I. I plan putting this in our house. I have had tile for 20 years & it doesn't take long (6 mos.) for dirt to discolor the grout no matter what you do. (I had silver/grey grout) You are in colder country & let me tell you tile is COLD in the winter! The Nafco flooring is much warmer feeling in the winter. They make a # of styles/finishes. Hers is sort of what you would call a "rough sawn" type/look & it really does have great texture for non skidness factors.