Can luxury vinyl flooring look like tile?

Can luxury vinyl flooring look like tile?

Depending on the type of requirements for your next renovation project, a tile installation may be ideal. For instance, tiles offer an easy and attractive clean-up solution in kitchen and bathroom redesigns and are even water-resistant. However, some folks may not consider using luxury vinyl tile (LVT) because they've never heard of it or thought to explore the tile version of luxury vinyl plank (LVP) as an option.

Chameleonlike vinyl in tile form

Vinyl floors do indeed come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. One of these shapes for installations is vinyl tile. LVT looks so much like genuine materials it's pretty hard to distinguish it from natural stone or ceramic, for example. In terms of design, it's a very versatile material, and you can install it pretty much any place you choose. Its design range is impressive, available in a wide assortment of colors, textures, and patterns.

Durable & low maintenance

Vinyl tile requires very little upkeep. Regular sweeping and damp mopping on occasion is essentially all it needs to continue looking attractive. It is manufactured using highly durable materials; this tile is hard-wearing and can last for many years. The tough top layer is, in part, a critical structure of the tiles, with the capability to handle wear and tear. Built-in stain-fighting substances, as well, helps protect against premature damage to the surfacing. Lastly, high moisture resistance adds appeal in kitchens and bathrooms, providing homeowners with tiles that don't absorb spills.

Visit Flooring Plus for many choices

Please stop by our Flooring Plus showroom in Murrells Inlet, SC, to view our vast selection of quality luxury vinyl flooring, tile, and plank. Serving Myrtle Beach, Conway, Garden City, and Pawley Island, our friendly, on-site experienced professionals aim to simplify even the most complex renovation project for you.  
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