Luxury vinyl flooring provides an attractive and durable option for high traffic areas. Patterns can vary to portray the look of natural wood, tile or stone.
You can get vinyl that looks like wood, slate, even leather. Often, vinyl flooring is imbued with antimicrobial protection to resist bacteria, mold, and mildew. It also doesn't require waxing and polishing as it did in the past. Some vinyl floors contain recycled content, and many manufacturers are moving toward greener practices, such as utilizing low-VOC inks.
Look and Feel of Natural Wood Grain Look and feel of natural wood grain TrafficMASTER Model # SS1214 12 in. x 24 in. Peel and Stick White Petrified Wood Vinyl Tile (20 sq. ft. / case) by Trafficmaster
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A great, realistic surface for photography with a light texture. A bit of a challenge to mount the contact on a large surface without bubbles but it did work with a bit of patience.
Today’s vinyl flooring looks great, wears well, is totally DIY-friendly and affordable, plus it comes in sheets, planks, and even peel-and-stick tiles. Advantages of Vinyl Flooring More moisture-resistant, vinyl can handle muddy boots, dirty paws and spills.
Luxury flooring planks (LVP) look best, in darker colors, and hickory is one of those wood species that looks great with darker stains. Mannington's Adura line has a Hickory LVP in beveled 5" x 48" planks.