Luxury vinyl plank is winning the hearts of homeowners and it’s easy to see why. Combining effortless style with a stunning visual appeal, luxury vinyl has the added benefit of also being a highly practical flooring option. With many other great features, let’s take a look at this revolutionary floor in more detail:

A hardwood alternative

Some floors are able to mimic the appearance of authentic hardwood but lack other important features. Luxury Vinyl, on the other hand, manages to not only look and feel like real timber, it is also highly durable, water resistant and requires minimal maintenance. Like hardwood, you can arrange vinyl planks in beautiful patterns like herringbone or chevron to shape your room, adding depth and dimension.

A sustainable option

Environmentally-conscious homeowners can put their full trust in luxury vinyl planks. As an eco-friendly flooring material, luxury vinyl is 100% recyclable and is free from formaldehyde (a chemical compound sometimes linked with health problems). You can revel in the beauty of authentic wood features whilst being rest assured that no forests have been damaged in the process.

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Versatile material

With so many characteristics, luxury vinyl is a floor that can be installed virtually anywhere in your home. Their ability to repel water make them ideal choices for wet-prone areas such as bathrooms and laundry rooms. As a wood replica, luxury vinyl is softer and warmer underfoot, so in areas like the kitchen, it is comfortable to stand on for long periods of time. With excellent scratch resistance properties, luxury vinyl can also withstand high traffic areas such as living rooms and hallways.

Range of colours

From soft neutrals to bold greys, you can find the perfect shade of luxury vinyl to enhance your chosen space. Light neutral browns are popular in kitchens as they reflect the sun, opening the room up as the light filters in. For a contemporary interior, pair grey planks with minimalistic or rustic furniture.

You can view our entire luxury vinyl plank range here. For further information, contact us at GetFloors for professional help and advice.