The mid-century design emphasizes function over form. As a result, there's a lot of wood and not much ornamentation.
Seemingly contradictory; however, mid-century is also the time to experiment with textures and materials, such as plush rugs, sleek furniture, or fuzzy rugs.
Luxury vinyl offers thousands of images of wood, stone, and tile. It makes it easy to find anything to fit any decor.
With luxury vinyl plank, a hardwood mimic, you can find light or warm tones and smooth textures with straight grains.
Stone was often seen in high-end mid-century homes. The square, tile-sized pieces can mimic marble, granite, travertine, and limestone.
Concrete tiles or geometric patterns were also significant players. And what says mid-century better than a black and white checkerboard? (Yes, you can mix and match the luxury vinyl tile pieces to create that look–or others.)
A word about terrazzo
The natural material combines stone, concrete, and glass to create that well-known speckled look. Terrazzo was very big in mid-century homes, and now you can have it too.
Your imagination only limits you
1. Style. There's no reason not to find something that fits into any decor, whether it's mid-century, urban modern, California coastal, etc.
3. 100% waterproof, whether submerged or spilled on.
4. Extreme durability. This is layered and five times thicker than the original product. At the top is a strong, transparent wear layer that guards the floor against scratches, scuffs, and dents at the top.
5. Easy care. A regular sweeping and periodic mopping is needed to keep your LVT or LVP in top shape.
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