A low-cost option, vinyl floors provide a durable surface with many upscale designs.
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November 25, 2014
Luxury vinyl floors are stylish enough for the bedroom. This high-end style features a realistic hardwood look and can be installed easily, no glue necessary. Shown: Cabrueva in Brown Vermel. Photo courtesy of Tarkett
This luxury vinyl tile can be installed with or without grout. It's soft underfoot and eco-friendly, and the surface exudes a true-to-life ceramic look. Photo courtesy of Armstrong
This vinyl plank is warm, comfortable and quiet, making it a great choice for kids’ rooms. The honey oak surface is a timeless backdrop that won’t go out of style. Shown: Congoleum DuraPlank. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation
Inspired by the Mediterranean coast, this unique floor features variable width vinyl planks for a rustic appearance. The floor is comfortable underfoot and fashionable enough for the dining room. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.
Dressy enough for a stylish kitchen, this wood-look sheet vinyl offers enhanced visuals, such as sharp patterns and improved color clarity. The fiberglass structure makes it extremely durable. Shown: Armstrong DualityTM sheet vinyl in BandelierTM Flint. Photo courtesy of Armstrong
Durable Sheet Vinyl
A popular choice for busy entries, sheet vinyl evokes the look of tile. The visual pattern paired with a subtle gray shade produces a good-looking floor. Shown: Congoleum Pacesetter. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation
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