What looks are trending in luxury vinyl flooring?

What looks are trending in luxury vinyl flooring?

Whitewashed and light wood floors, marble and terrazzo, looks and encaustic-style ceramic tiles and trending hot. And you can get them all with luxury vinyl plank or tile.

Following all the trends

This vinyl follows all of the trends. Whatever is in vogue in the wood, stone, and tile industry is what you'll find here. There are thousands of images from which to choose.

Textures are more significant than ever

Thanks to embossing, it's possible to get brushed, hand-scraped and distressed looks. They all give your LVP a realistic (and rustic, if you decide) hardwood look.

Embossed-in-Register may be the most realistic of all. Here, little indentations are created that exactly match those of the image.

Terrazzo tiles and more

Some of the things you can get with luxury vinyl tile include:

1. Terrazzo looks. The real thing is composed of recycled chips of marble, glass, and concrete. This creates that distinctive speckled look seen often on the floors of Italian pizzerias.

2. Encaustic-style looks

3. Art deco, Moroccan themed and creative shapes such as hexagons

Stone looks

Marble never goes out of style. Slate and travertine are currently hot.

If you haven't seen luxury vinyl yet

It offers realistic images of wood, stone, and tile. They all come with micro beveling and embossing to add depth, dimension, and textured looks.

The LVT or plank mages are vibrant and clear, showing off knots, grains, veining, and color variations. It's also low maintenance, needing only a regular sweeping and periodic mopping.

Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority

Since 1928, our family-owned-and-operated company, Paramount Rug Company, has worked with homeowners, developers, architects, designers, and contractors. Of course, we want to work with you, too!

Whether you're shopping for luxury vinyl flooring, you'll see top brands like Armstrong & Mannington. Visit our showrooms in either Rockton & Hyannis, MA, proudly serving Bridgewater, Easton, Mansfield, Cape Cod, Franklin, Barnstable, Sandwich, and Yarmouth.