Does vinyl plank flooring offer a gray color choice?
Simply yes, it does! You can get any color or style with vinyl plank flooring –or the marble or tile looks called LVT flooring.
Following the trends
Have you ever looked through a design magazine and seen gorgeous flaming red Brazilian cherry hardwood floors? Or the whitewashed woods in casual California coastal decor?
Or the currently trending reclaimed wood floors? With the vinyl plank flooring, you can have it all!
People often need help telling the difference between that and the real thing. But you will pay a different price.
Two forms of luxury vinyl flooring
Rather than coming in sheets, this vinyl is cut into planks to mimic hardwood floorboards. This is also referred to as luxury vinyl plank or LVP flooring.
The other form is a square, tile-sized piece used with or without grout, mainly used for stone and tile echoes.
You can use a form, however. Some use planks for a stone slab or large format tile look. Others might use the tile-sized pieces to mimic wood-look tiles, which are also trending hot.
Why you should consider it
Regarding value, luxury vinyl plank (or tile) is not beaten. Here are some of the features:
1. High-end style with all images (wood, stone, and tile) taken digitally. The floors have depth and dimension.
Luxury vinyl flooring also comes with textured looks like brushed, hand-scraped, distressed, or embossed-in-register.
2.Waterproof: 100%, whether it’s spilled on or submerged.
3.Durability: It's layered, with a top transparent melamine wear sheet that protects the floor from damage.
4.Low maintenance: All it needs is regular sweeping and periodic mopping.
5.Easy installation: Especially when it's installed as a floating floor.
Premier flooring source in RI
Massud & Sons Floor Covering is family-owned with decades of experience. Let us show you everything you can do with vinyl plank flooring. You'll see products from top brands like COREtec, Shaw, and more.
Our showroom is in Central Falls, RI. We work on residential and commercial projects of all sizes in Lincoln, Cumberland, Smithfield, and Providence.