Driven in large part by recent innovations—wood-plastic composites (WPC), rigid core luxury vinyl, plus high-definition printing. Much of the flooring market is “photographed”. For instance, they take high definition photos of actual stone, marble, granite, etc., and print them onto tiles and planks. The results are so realistic that it’s hard to tell the difference.
Even vinyl offers authentic textures, without the porosity of wood or stone. This means easier installation than ceramic tile and porcelain, and without the hardness of those flooring materials, your legs feel less fatigued. Vinyl is also long-wearing and less expensive with lower maintenance costs.
Choose the flooring that’s right for you and your kitchen.