This year it's all about "bringing the outdoors in." Natural materials, such as wood, stone, and tile, appear in decor, from rustic cabins to farmhouses and even coastal.
Let's not forget the colors either. Blue and green remind us of sun and sky, yellow, freshness, and earthy neutrals, such as tan, white and beige.
Here’s the good news: You can have them all with luxury vinyl plank or tile, two forms of luxury vinyl (LVF).
Wood looks: expected to trend for at least 15 years
Wood is charming and stylish but can't be installed everywhere in the house because of the water/wood challenge. You can even have it in the bathroom with a vinyl plank called LVP.
There are hundreds of photos from which to choose, and all images are taken with 3D photography. As a result, you'll see knots, grains, and other characteristics.
These floors have depth, dimension, and textured looks. In addition, the material is cut into planks to mimic hardwood floorboards to add realism.
Stone and tile looks
Luxury vinyl tile in marble, granite, quartz, travertine and other stone looks instantly up-level your home. Ceramic tiles have everything from colorful geometrics, hexagons, circles, florals, and more.
The square tile-sized pieces can be mixed and matched. For example, one popular look is to surround a stone echo with black and white tile pieces.
Checking all the boxes
This stylish material is affordable and 100% waterproof. It's also durable, with a clear top coating that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and dents.
Both LVT and LVP are low maintenance, requiring only sweeping and periodic mopping with a manufacturer-approved cleaner. Installation can be glue-down or as a floating floor.
A flooring store that lets you have it all!
Luxury vinyl flooring offers excellent value, and so do we! Flooring Plus is locally-owned with decades of experience, a highly trained staff, unlimited selection, and even free samples!
Visit our showroom today. You'll experience superior service and will see top brands like COREtec and Karndean Design Flooring. We're in Murrells Inlet, SC, convenient to Myrtle Beach, Conway, Garden City, and Pawley Island.