Vinyl plank is luxury vinyl flooring cut into strips and mounted on boards to mimic hardwood. It is incredibly realistic and follows all current wood trends, so, by extension, these are also trends in wood look floors. Luxury vinyl will give you every trend item mentioned here, whether its color, patterns, or texture.
Vinyl plank is one of the forms of luxury vinyl flooring, a highly designed, 100% waterproof, durable, and easy to care for with an uncomplicated installation. The other form, LVT flooring, refers to the material being cut into groutable squares. When you are shopping for vinyl plank flooring in Georgetown, KY, you’ll see countless samples but keep in mind that whatever you choose should harmonize with your overall decor.
Cool tones said to change the face of interior design
That's because they coordinate with almost anything. While dark tones will always be popular, light cool tones, such as gray vinyl flooring, are much sought-after. Gray and gray blends (greige), charcoal, gray/brown blends, or whitewashed and lightly whitewashed give a room an airy contemporary feeling and camouflage dust and scratches a bit easier.
Dark floors keep getting darker
Dark wood floors give your home a warm, cozy feeling. They are also classic and traditional and will never go out of style. These days, however, dark floors get even darker with stains like true black, antique brown, ebony, or walnut.
Textures, such as wire brushed, hand-scraped and distressed, are significant, and technology has given us embossing so wire-brushed, hand-scraped, and distressed looks can be replicated.
Hand-scraped textures with scrapes and knots are a technique used to make the floors look weathered. Distressed wood shows the natural grain patterns, giving your floors a rustic, antique, and reclaimed look.
Wire-brushed falls somewhere in the middle; here, much of the grain pattern is removed and replaced with texture, giving it a rustic look.
You can have wood-look floors in wet areas like the kitchen or bathroom with vinyl plank flooring, which is an excellent alternative to hardwood. If you live in or near Georgetown, Lexington, Paris, or Cynthiana, come into the Oser Paint & Flooring showroom in Georgetown, KY, for more information and a free quote.