The current interior design trend is to embrace elements that get us closer to nature. For example, luxury vinyl plank or tile provides great true-to-life simulations of genuine wood, stone, or ceramic tile.
The trend toward wood looks
This vinyl offers thousands of images, all taken with high-definition photography. They're straightforward and vibrant with knots, grains, and swirls.
There is micro beveling and embossing for depth and design. In addition, embossing enables manufacturers to create textured looks, such as wire-brushed, hand-scraped and distressed.
The vinyl is cut into strips and mounted on boards to mimic hardwood floorboards to add to the realism. This is also referred to as LVP.
Embossed-in-Register: more authenticity
Embossed-in-Register (EIR) is an embossing process. It creates indentations that exactly match those of the image.
It creates the ultimate realism for both wood and stone looks. There's also a functional capability: it improves slip resistance!
Marble floors are hot
Just the word evokes thoughts of castles, luxury, and opulence. You can also get granite, slate, travertine and other stone looks.
Luxury vinyl tile
This refers to the material being cut into square tile-sized pieces. There are thousands of ceramic tile images from which to choose, like wood and stone.
You're not limited as to how to use a form. For example, many prefer plank for stone looks, while others use LVT to imitate wood-look tiles.
Personalized service and trustworthiness in Stamford, CT
Luxury vinyl flooring is one of the most innovative and high-performing products around. No one in the area provides the kind of selection we do at Floor Covering Warehouse.