LVP Flooring for Coastal Living
LVP Flooring has skyrocketed in popularity largely due to its durability and ability to withstand moisture.
Find out if LVP flooring would be right for you and what types of LVP flooring selections we offer in our showroom.
What is LVP Flooring?
Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is a synthetic material made up of PVC or vinyl that uses 3D printing technology to mimic the look of both wood and stone. It initially rose in popularity as reputable manufacturers began to offer realistic wood-like selections.
LVP, in most cases, is also a lower-cost solution, given the substantial savings a homeowner can experience when compared to a typical hardwood flooring installation.
Perhaps most notably however, LVP flooring offers high-traffic homes a more durable flooring selection capable of resisting stains, scratches, and water damage and this makes it perfect for coastal living!
Today’s LVP Flooring Solutions
Today, you have hundreds of options when it comes to choosing an LVP flooring selection. High-variation wood looks, wide planks, you name it!
In our showroom, we carry a wide variety of LVP styles from the following manufacturers.
- Mohawk Flooring
- Engineered Floors
- Happy Feet International
- Chesapeake Flooring
We also have clients that ask whether we can source particular styles and our response is “we will do our best!” Check out our current LVP Showroom Bestsellers Collection.
Types of LVP Flooring
If you are browsing for LVP flooring, it is always helpful to think about the styles that you have a preference for.
The most common 6 LVP styles are:
- High-variation LVP
- Wide Plank LVP
- Rustic LVP
- Modern LVP
- Stone look LVP
- Textured LVP
High Variation LVP
High-variation LVP flooring features a lot of color and pattern variation within each individual plank. Many say this creates a more natural and realistic look.
With a rustic LVP selection, the LVP will give the appearance of weathered or distressed wood. In many cases, you will see knots, cracks, or other imperfections with this style for a natural and rustic look.
Stone Look LVP
A stone-looking LVP flooring selection is designed to mimic the look and feel of a natural stone. Such as marble, slate, or travertine. These selections come in a range of colors and patterns.
Wide Plank LVP
While there are no official standards, most manufacturers refer to a standard LVP flooring as typically a width of 5-7 inches. If you are considering a style selection that is 7 inches or wider, it will most likely be referred to as a wide plank LVP. And today, some manufacturers are offering wider than 9 inches which can create a dramatic look for a space!
If you are seeking a modern LVP, you will find these styles come in either solid colors or very subtle patterns for a minimalist look and feel.
If you want to feel a little something under your toes, you might consider a textured LVP flooring selection. This style offers a textured surface, such as a wire-brushed or hand-scraped finish.
Designer / Specialty Selections
If you are looking for a particular style or color, let us know in advance. For customers seeking something one-of-a-kind, if we don’t have it in our showroom, we will get on the hunt for you! Sourcing available samples from our design partners is the type of service that we deliver.
Once we’ve sourced selections, we’ll invite you in for a showroom visit to view the products.
LVP Flooring Services
Our Personalized Approach to LVP Selection is to go above and beyond for you.
With our Design Specialists in the showroom, we can guide you toward selections that could work well with your existing space.
Simply let us know what type of project you are looking to do along with a little information about your space. If you can take a picture or two of the decor in your home, we will pull together a range of options just for you.
Getting the job done right starts with a job site measure. Our team will come to your job site to gather the dimensions of your space to ensure orders placed for your product and materials will be accurate.
LVP Flooring Installation
We’ll measure your space to make sure we order the precise amount needed for your project and we’ll be with you every step of the way as your project kicks off. Our team will see to it that your installation is completed according to plan by our vetted professional LVP flooring installers! At Brunswick Tile and Flooring, your project is in good hands.
Flooring Upgrade in Calabash
Location: Calabash, NC
Space: Family Home
Material: Engineered Floors
Solves: Durability for coastal living
Our Calabash client chose luxury vinyl plank flooring from Engineered Floors to update her home. This LVP flooring shown in Druid Stone offered her a traditional look of hardwood with the bonus of durability.
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