Vinyl Flooring Color Options
Vinyl flooring has been a staple within the flooring industry for years. It initially gained popularity for its sheet form that was used a great deal during the 1960’s and 70’s. Sheet vinyl is still available and widely used in ____settings. As technology has advanced over the years, so have the vinyl flooring options. An affordable option is vinyl floors that look like wood. Newer vinyl designs have distinct qualities that look like hardwood flooring, but are built with the resilience and durability of vinyl. These newer designs are referred to as luxury vinyl floors. Luxury vinyl floors come in plank form to mimic the qualities of a real wood plank. Print and photographic technology has also improved significantly, making it much easier to create a variety of vinyl plank colors not typically found with real wood flooring.
Top of the line wood-look vinyl will also come embossed to imitate the texture of real wood grain. At GoHaus, each of our vinyl wood look floors will come with 7 to 12 different variations in patterns, and are textured embossed-in-register surfaced vinyl flooring.
Brown Vinyl Plank Flooring
Brown vinyl plank floors have been a flooring staple in terms of color. You can’t go wrong with brown vinyl flooring! Brown vinyl plank floors are the traditional floor color option. It’s a great choice if you want to create a warm ambiance in your home. We have several options of brown vinyl plank floors to help you determine which best fits your home. Our brown vinyl plank colors range from light brown vinyl to dark brown vinyl. Depending on the exact shade, you can create a space that feels rich and rustic or minimalist and modern. Before fully committing to one brown vinyl plank floor, request floor samples to be delivered to your home. You can see first-hand how the floor sample will complement your existing furnishings and wall coverings.
One thing we do advise against is overly matching. Your wood-look vinyl plank does not have to match other wood elements in your space. Dark brown cabinets do not mean you have to pick dark brown vinyl plank floors. Doing so will create a room that feels smaller than it is. If you like a darker floor, then build around that with lighter colors; beige, ivory, maybe even gray depending on the undertones of the dark brown floor you choose.
Medium Brown Vinyl Plank Flooring
While selecting a vinyl floor may be easy based on its pros, the color choice can take more time because there are so many options in the market today. Medium brown vinyl plank flooring is color choice and material that is far from going out of style.
A floor can set the stage for the rest of your room design and even the goal of the room. You may have medium brown vinyl plank flooring in mind, but before you go down that path, take some time to assess the situation. Paint colors, furniture, focal points, etc. Will everything complement each other? Picking a floor color without considering the rest of your surroundings isn’t the best idea, as the result could be off the mark from what you intended. When it comes to real wood flooring or wood look materials, keep in mind that you do not have to match medium brown vinyl plank floors with the same wood tones as the rest of your furniture or cabinets. Matching like this will create a flat design. We believe tone and texture complements are key to room designs.
A medium brown vinyl floor is a classic color choice that helps to create a great foundation for a variety of rooms and design styles. It’s a traditional color that can create some not so traditional rooms if designed the right way. The great thing about medium brown vinyl planks is that they feature a very realistic wood design and texture without the high price tag typically associated with real wood planks. The detailing of the wood grain shines through in a medium brown floor color.
Gray Vinyl Plank Flooring
Gray vinyl plank flooring is trending right now, and just might be a trend that is here to stay. Gray luxury vinyl planks are a great addition to a home or commercial setting. In the world of vinyl plank flooring, the color can range from light gray to dark gray, with a large variety of undertones. It’s for this reason that we encourage buyers to request samples to make sure they find the perfect shade of gray flooring for their flooring project.
Before committing to any color, take your wall paint, current furnishings, cabinets and overall color palette into consideration. With gray vinyl planks, you can get a bit more creative with your other furnishings and wood tones. Just don’t go too overboard on the gray scale with gray walls and gray vinyl plank flooring.
Gray vinyl planks are a great choice to transform any room into a more modern and sophisticated space. We have several options of gray vinyl plank floors to help you determine which best fits your home or commercial space.
Light Gray Vinyl Plank Flooring
We get a lot of questions from customers about light gray vinyl plank flooring. As we mentioned, there is a lot of color variety. The most common thing buyers find in the light vinyl gray flooring is a color tone that has become known as “greige.” This color is a blend of gray and beige, which creates light colored vinyl plank flooring that gives buyers the best of both color worlds. Light gray vinyl flooring can do a lot in terms of making a room feel calm, soothing, and comfortable. We carry several light gray vinyl planks that all feature a real wood design and texture, minus the high cost typically associated with real wood. This style and color of flooring can create a tranquil living room when paired with plush sand-colored furniture, cool white lights, and splashes of soft blues or greens. Or, you can bring the relaxing spa environment to your master bathroom by pairing the light gray floor with light brown wood cabinets and touches of soothing green accents
White Vinyl Plank Flooring
In the realm of light vinyl plank flooring, white vinyl plank flooring is a color that people shy away from simply because it is white. The obvious concern is keeping the floor as white as the day it was installed. With a vinyl plank floor, that concern can be put at ease since vinyl flooring is much easier to keep clean than some other materials. Due to the print technology today, white vinyl flooring can take on many different variations with darker grain streaks, ranging from gray to beige. White flooring is quite literally a blank slate that allows for virtually any design aesthetic, so have fun with it!
GoHaus offers up to 6 free samples to help you during your selection process. We also pay for the shipping of your samples, so it’s 100% free of any cost to you..