With luxury vinyl, you're only limited by your imagination. It's an affordable way to transform your home with beauty and high style.
The material offers gorgeous wood, stone, and tile images were taken with high-definition photography. The material is cut into longboards, luxury vinyl plank, or square, tile-sized pieces.
A gorgeous design often starts with a unique layout. After that, you can do all the things you'd do with genuine wood plank.
Also, consider things like room size and lighting. You want to highlight the lighting and make the room look open, airy, and spacious, not cluttered.
The herringbone pattern: trending hot
This was the first parquet pattern. It began in the 1970s, was quiet for a while but is now back in a big way.
This classic pattern mimics the look of fish scales and can be done with planks or luxury vinyl tile pieces. Two planks or tiles are connected at a 90-degree angle, making for a zig-zag design.
Be sure the points align to the longest wall or face a window. It gives the airiest, most relaxed look.
The black and white checkerboard
Although this pattern is showing up in some of today's most stylish homes, it's been around for centuries. Checkerboards are an excellent look for hallways, kitchens, or baths.
This repeating pattern is bold and can impart a modern or vintage atmosphere. The classic checkerboard consists of black and white LVT. Designers, however, have been getting creative by alternating various colors or even styles, such as wood or stone.
This dramatic look uses different vinyl plank (LVP) sizes to create unique designs. The creations can visually enlarge a space.
Knowledgeable staff, samples, in-house design consultancy, and more
At Chandler’s Floor & Wall Covering, we’ve been helping people transform their homes for over 60 years. Luxury vinyl flooring is one of the most innovative products, and your imagination only limits you.
In our showroom, you’ll see everything from wood designs by Armstrong to concrete-look tiles by Tarkett. Chesapeake has many stone looks, including marble.
Visit us in our St. Albans, WV showroom, especially if you live or work in Institute, Nitro, Dunbar, Cross Lanes, Hurricane, Charleston, Teays Valley, Sissonville, or Kanawha County.