Luxury vinyl flooring styles

Luxury vinyl flooring styles

Luxury vinyl flooring is an excellent alternative to more traditional types of flooring. The high-tech wood, ceramic, or stone image on the multi-layer planks and tiles enhances any color scheme or decorating style. In addition, pet-friendly luxury vinyl resists daily wear and tear as well as staining. In Lexington, Tennessee, Feel Good Floors offers a large selection of the latest luxury vinyl flooring styles. We carry brands from top companies like Mohawk and Congoleum.

Wood and stone

Wood-look luxury vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile flooring are trendy. The best LVP and LVT are waterproof and have a lifespan of about 25 years. Stone look tiles are also commonly chosen by homeowners. Slate, granite, and marble are some of the stones that are in vogue. Texturing can be added to flooring for increased authenticity. Plank floor patterns, such as herringbone and stagger, and tile layouts like diamond and chevron, can be used to provide visual interest.


LVT and LVP flooring can be installed using three different methods. First, this synthetic flooring is often manufactured with edges that interlock to construct a floating floor. With no attachment to the subfloor, installing the floor over cement slabs and existing hard surface flooring is easy. The second is glue-down, and the third is loose-lay brands that butt together to create a semi-permanent floor. Finally, friction keeps the flooring in place.

Family-owned Feel Good Floors was established in 1994. In addition to residential and commercial installation, our services include subfloor repair, custom rug binding, and design consultation. Estimates are always free. Jackson, Parsons, Savannah, Huntingdon, and Henderson are located in our Tennessee service area. We invite you to take advantage of our online product catalog and chat service. Then begin your luxury vinyl upgrade by visiting our showroom in Lexington.
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