With so many options in luxury vinyl flooring out there, it becomes quite a challenge to discover exactly what kind of style fits your tastes.
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People choose vinyl flooring for its cheapness, durability and quick installation but what they struggle with is determining exactly what brand and design are going to occupy their home for the next few decades and not get boring.
People choose a wide selection based on their tastes and lifestyles, so let’s see what selections are most popular.
Light and Dark Woods
Still selling at a much higher rate, the most popular option is a selection of either light natural wood or a dark wood feel for their flooring.
It is desirable because it is a much cheaper option than the real thing and does not come with the hassle of installation, wood chippings and scratched wood through the movement of furniture. People love a light wood feel because it gives a sense of a natural environment and a fresh feel. They also love those dark woods because they give a sophisticated and rich feel to the room in question.
With so many palettes and designs to choose from, it’s no wonder that light and dark wood vinyl provides something for everyone.
The second most popular design style is luxury vinyl has to be stone based.
Naturally, the benefits of stone styled luxury vinyl such as the Amtico Spacia range comes within the cost and implementation. With a replicated stone in vinyl, there is no risk of chipped stone or large cracks and the ease of installing and taking out individual sections means you don’t disrupt the floor or need stone cut specifically to fit the shape required in replacing.
Replicating the look of graphene, slate or concrete within the home gives a kitchen and living areas a look of precision, which is great for visitors and adds a little touch of class to your profile without blowing up your budget.
If you are one of the people looking for a unique spin on their home, you can get a little creative and choose to mix designs up between the rooms.
If the kitchen and dining areas are large enough area, having a mixture of designs will give the space an identity of two different environments. We don’t mean mixing woods and stone throughout the floor, but mixing up plank designs with one half of the room with a parquet design whilst the other has a straight design can highlight a creative environment.