Luxury vinyl follows all the trends to get a rustic farmhouse look or any other decor of your choosing.
A significant design option with this vinyl is that it is cut into vinyl plank, called luxury vinyl plank, or square, tile-sized pieces. That adds even more to the realism we're told.
The basics of farmhouse style
The farmhouse style combines rural architecture with modern, minimal design elements and slight imperfections. The result is a practical, cozy, simple, charming, and rustic atmosphere.
The farmhouse style emphasizes natural materials, like wood and natural hues. The color palette includes neutrals, earth tones, blue and green.
You'll have hundreds of photos from which to choose. Then, the images are taken with high-definition photography to show knots, grains, and swirls.
Embossing makes rustic textures or embossed-in-register possible on vinyl planks, sometimes called LVP flooring.
As a note, there's a difference between a farmhouse and a modern farmhouse. With the modern version, you'll see white or light neutral color palettes for a more contemporary look. You can get all those with this vinyl.
Slate and limestone: ideal for farmhouse style
These have a rough texture and earthy color palette that makes them natural, making us think of Mother Earth.
However, many other stones, like travertine or granite, have unique veining colors that could also work. The bottom line is this: You'll find all of them with luxury vinyl tile.
What about tile?
Mix and match the LVT flooring pieces. While white subway tile looks are classic, select hues that evoke thoughts of the wilderness.
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At Harrisburg Wall & Flooring, you'll see some beautiful wood, stone, and tile luxury vinyl flooring designs. Then our friendly, knowledgeable staff will show you how to use it to transform your home affordably.
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