Yes. Waterproof floors include a more advanced version of luxury vinyl. The style’s the same, but the construction is different.
Right now, both wood looks and rustic design are trending. It's easy to accomplish this with this flooring.
A definition of rustic decor
This interior design style underscores the natural, rough, aged, and simple design look.
There's a lot of wood, stone, and other materials in the rustic design style. The wood's a little distressed and shows raised grains, swirls, knots, etc. These waterproof floors work for every room, including the bath.
Textured looks to add a rustic feeling
1. Wire-brushed: a very subtle weathered look.
2. Hand-scraped: Each plank looks distinctive and expensive.
3. Distressed: scrapes, scratches, and burn marks.
Embossed in Register (EIR): the ultimate realism
EIR uses embossing to create indentations that are exact reproductions of the wood image's grain pattern. The result is an incredibly realistic look, and feel free to come into our showroom to learn more.
We believe that you should examine all of your options. Your waterproof flooring options are:
Luxury vinyl plank (LVP)
Rigid core plank. LVP amped up with SPC (stone plastic composite) cores.
Waterproof (vinyl) flooring: Luxury vinyl, engineered to be thicker, durable, and constructed with the WPC or SPC cores.
Waterproof laminate: This version features a non-wood construction, eliminating concerns about spills.
Your area’s premiere flooring source
Since we opened almost 50 years ago, our priority has always been your complete satisfaction. So we'll help you select the right waterproof flooring and give you a gorgeous installation.
Our showroom is in Orrville, OH. Visit us today to learn all your options and get a free waterproof floors quote. We work with homeowners and businesses in Apple Creek, Dalton, Wooster, Kidron, Smithville, Wadsworth, Marshallville, Sterling, and Creston.