Oak Vinyl Flooring
Oak hardwood flooring has been a very desirable style for 100’s of years and has become ever more popular with today’s modern designs! Unlike vinyl flooring, Oak hardwood can be very expensive to install, maintain and refurbish and so we have seen a great increase in Oak vinyl flooring in recent years.
Oak vinyl flooring has become more and more popular because it is cheaper and easier to install than hardwood, it is also easier to clean and maintain without sacrificing the desired classic and elegant look of hardwood oak.
White Oak Standard Plank
LVT White Oak is a great choice for your renovation means you no longer have to worry about stains spoiling the design scheme you implement or wear and tear chipping away at the material.
Heritage Oak Classical
Holland Park flooring has been designed to perfectly suit all interiors. A collection of 9 luxurious and eye-catching designs, available in classical and parquet styles.
Sophisticated and elegant, yet made to withstand the rigours of real life. Created for busy lifestyles, easy flooring and easy cleaning.
Pearl Oak has a Deep Embossed Surface with Bevel; each plank or tile has its own distinctive bevel and replicates the texture of real wood or stone, which means that LVT flooring durability remains intact despite an impressively realistic design.
This product is part of the Luvanto range at Floorbay.
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