Today's modern technology has made vinyl flooring evolve into a high-end material, with wood and stone, as well as colorful and distinctive tile looks.
High definition photography has made the images clear, concise and accurate while texturing gives it added depth and dimension.
While it is available in sheet form, it can also be cut into planks or tile-sized pieces; the seams give it extra realism.
Tiles can be mixed and matched to design a unique, one-of-a-kind pattern, while many use the planks for wood, as well as to mimic the natural stones, such as marble, travertine, slate, quartz, and limestone.
As functional as it is pretty, this flooring is also waterproof and highly durable.
Traditionally used in kitchens and baths, it has such an upscale appearance that it's now being installed in living, dining, and bedrooms, as well as hallways.
As more and more people are realizing that laundry rooms are just more than work areas, they look for both aesthetics and function, including waterproof. This answers all their needs.