Luxury Vinyl Tiles, also known as LVT flooring, is leading the way for 2024 flooring trends. LVT is renowned for its exceptional durability and incredible versatility. It’s at the forefront of flooring for design, innovation and style.

Practical Flooring

LVT flooring is a practical flooring choice due to its durability and easy-to-clean and maintenance assets, but it is also a flooring trend you need to know about to keep your home looking fresh and modern for years to come. You will be amazed at how the diverse range of LVT flooring can dramatically change any space in your home. 

Woods, Tiles or Stone

LVT flooring enables you to embrace the warmth of natural wood tones without any effort. We all know that the look of engineered wood is alluring and timeless. However, engineered wood is high maintenance and can be costly. LVT flooring has the look and characteristics of engineered wood without the sanding and varnishing efforts needed annually to maintain its appearance. 

If you’re looking for a tile or stone effect, look no further. Say goodbye to cold feet on ceramic tiles, and hello to the quiet and comfy footsteps. LVT is warm underfoot and with an integrated sound-reducing layer, walking on LVT is a dream compared to ceramic tiles.  

It’s all in the layers 

In recent years we have seen a clear move away from more conventional flooring. This is where LVT flooring has really asserted itself as a key design element for any home. Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring offers designs such as wood, herringbone, tile and stones. All of these are current flooring trends allowing you to make a statement with your flooring and put the personality of your family, into your home.

The wear layer, image, soundproofing, core and underlay layers that make up LVT ensure that the flooring is not only one of the strongest floors you will ever walk on, but is built to last. Brands such as Quickstep, Palio Express and Camaro Rigid Core to name just a few, all offer over 25 years of wear warranty. 

Moving towards a more cleanable and low-maintenance flooring, couldn’t be easier, as LVT is 100% waterproof, unlike laminate flooring. LVT can be mopped and can withstand what family life throws at it. Being waterproof makes it a clear choice for kitchens and bathrooms. 


Eco-friendly and sustainable are common themes among our customers as we look towards 2024. Again, this is where LVT flooring can help. In a world that is increasingly conscious of the environment, the trend towards eco-friendly flooring is growing all the time. The great thing about some LVT flooring options is that they are made from recycled materials. In addition, these are produced through environmentally sustainable methods. Families looking for clean indoor air quality will also benefit from LVT as it naturally has low VOC levels, and as you do not need any harsh chemicals to clean this flooring, you are minimising harmful emissions in your home. 

Why choose LVT over Laminate Flooring

We are asked so often what the difference is between LVT and laminate flooring. The main differences are; 

  • Laminate flooring is a makeup of the wear layer and image on an HDF board (High-density fibreboard). LVT has several layers including the wear, image, sound reducing and waterproof, onto an SPC (Stone plastic composite) core. 
  • Laminate is only water resistant, meaning that a spill is prevented from slipping through the grooves for 12-24 hours. LVT is waterproof. 
  • Both floorings are not prone to hotspots from the sun’s rays through windows, however, they are not ideal for rooms that reach over 27 degrees as they expand in extreme heat. 
  • LVT is warmer underfoot as it acclimatises to the heat of the room more efficiently. 
  • Laminate flooring is more forgiving due to the HDF board, this means that it can withstand a subfloor that is not perfect. LVT although strong, is a flexible product and is more suited to a perfectly smooth subfloor. 

Pop into our showroom to see the large selection of luxury vinyl tiles we have to offer or check out the LVT flooring options online. You’ll be amazed at just how much LVT flooring there is to choose from.