Luxury vinyl flooring offers hundreds of photographs with different styles, textures, and colors. So, finding something that works with farmhouse rustic, California coastal–and the latest trend, eclectic decors is easy.
The product is cut into two forms, adding to the realism. One form is a plank, used mainly to mimic hardwood floorboards or stone slabs. Luxury vinyl tile comes with square, groutable tile-sized pieces that echo stone, ceramic, and wood look tile.
About eclectic design
Rather than sticking with only one decor, eclectic combines elements from each. An example would be a room that houses a Louis XIV furniture piece with a lucite table.
You could mix and match stone and ceramic tile using the squares called luxury vinyl tile. You might even include vinyl plank!
No set rules, but make it a cohesive look
Eclectic decor means something other than a chaotic free-for-all. Instead, every design decision should be deliberate, giving the room a unified look.
The balance should always be considered. When selecting a color palette, there should be no more than three hues—one main with the other two as accents.
Also, be sure the final result reflects a variety of decor. It should stand alone, only expressing your style.
Here’s an example
The squares, also called LVT flooring, might be ceramic tile echoes in color aligned with the room's primary hue.
The squares also have marble and stone looks. Select veining colors that accentuate and highlight upholstery and accessories. Vinyl plank can be in any shade or high variation with textures such as raised grains, distressed, brushed, etc.
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