Vinyl plank flooring in a Fort Myers, FL home from Floorz

What styles are available with vinyl plank flooring?

Just the words "a wood floor" evokes thoughts of luxury and elegance. However, not everyone can have them, so here's a great alternative: luxury vinyl plank (LVP). A form of luxury vinyl flooring where the material is cut into strips and mounted on boards to become true-to-life echoes of hardwood is 100% waterproof, affordable and durable.

This multi-layered product has a core of vinyl composites and comes with a top, transparent, melamine wear layer that protects the floor from scratches and scuffs. In addition, it is made of entirely waterproof materials that can be submerged (such as in an appliance flood) or spilled on. Be sure to visit us when you are shopping for vinyl plank flooring in Fort Myers, FL.

Here are just some of the styles you can achieve

This follows all the trends, and be aware that "stains" also come in matte, gloss, and high gloss colors. They also come in different thicknesses and plank sizes.

  1. Gray wood-look floors for a farmhouse-style kitchen.
  2. Oak (red or white) floors with a high gloss finish will look like they came out of the design pages. Oak is so popular it's considered the "King of Wood Floors."
  3. Marble-look floors with glass tiles to give your bathroom the atmosphere of a high-end spa; yes, many use plank for stone looks, as they feel the larger format/fewer seams gives it a more continuous look of quarried stone slabs. You can also get other stone looks, such as slate, travertine, terrazzo, quartz, granite, and limestone.
  4. Wood patterns, such as herringbone or chevron.
  5. Blond or whitewashed wood looks (very much in vogue today)
  6. Exotic species Brazilian cherry with a stain to give it that blazing red hue.
  7. Prevalent species, such as hickory, ash, maple, and American cherry.

Superior personalized service is what sets us apart

LVP is so realistic that sometimes even the flooring experts have difficulty discerning it from the real thing. We also see it in every room in the house and in places where nothing but genuine hardwood would even be remotely considered. To learn more and get a free quote, visit Floorz in Ft. Myers, FL, convenient also to Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Lehigh, and Estero.