Two big consumer concerns for flooring are waterproofing capabilities and durability. LVF answers them both; it is completely impervious to liquid and can withstand the heaviest foot traffic. It's also stylish and affordable, being a terrific alternative to wood, stone, or tile. This is one of the most versatile flooring materials around, appropriate for any room in the house.
When you walk into Urban Floors, your luxury vinyl flooring
retailer, you will be pleasantly amazed at the almost unlimited number of patterns, colors, and designs. The true-to-life images of wood, tile, or stone are taken with 3D photography. They are vibrant, remarkably clear, and you will see a lot of visual design interest: knots, wormholes, grains, swirls, and color/veining variations. Colors pop and all the designs follow current industry trends, whether you want gray or whitewashed floors, a marble or granite bath, or a colorful retro-style playroom.
Embossing gives the floor depth, dimension, and textured appearances. Textures are trending this year, especially the wire-brushed look so you can have that, as well as hand-scraped, weathered or distressed, all finished with a matte, gloss, or high gloss surfaces.
An interesting design option is that LVF can also be cut into planks to mimic hardwood boards, or square, groutable pieces to mimic tiles. Many feel the extra seams of a cut add to the realism, and some take it further by also using grout. Planks are typically associated with hardwood looks, but some also use it for stone appearances, as the large format and few seams can give it the more continuous look of a quarried slab.