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Red is not a natural colour in wood or stone, hence any real material would have to be treated to appear this shade. Because of the expense that comes with this, and potential of fading or refinishing required, vinyl is the best alternative to get a red floor in your home.
As a tile effect, red is classic yet classy, and is commonly found in kitchens. Wood and stone effect however are much more rare, so add a touch of personality and uniqueness to a home. Each shade of red has different connotations, so make sure you order free samples to see which is best for the atmosphere you are trying to create.
Red is known generally for it associations with passion and romance, and creates a lively and vibrant atmosphere. Bolder light reds are more vibrant than any other, and darker reds are more mysterious and romantic. Dark reds should be used alongside black and low lighting for the most statement making effect, and light ones in rooms with lots of natural light and white or wooden tones for example.
TLC Massimo Wood Plank Rosewood Luxury Vinyl Flooring - 5269
Amtico Signature Abstract Bangkok Luxury Vinyl Flooring AR0ACF59
Amtico Signature Abstract Rio Luxury Vinyl Flooring AR0ACF56
Amtico Access Exotic Walnut Luxury Vinyl Flooring SX5W2541
Amtico Access Warm Cherry Luxury Vinyl Flooring SX5W2506
Nest Tuscan Oak Luxury Vinyl Tile Wood Flooring - 2.5mm Thick
Polyflor Expona Commercial Wood Red Heritage Cherry Vinyl Flooring - 4066
TLC True Forest Swiss Oak Luxury Vinyl Flooring - 5180
TLC True Forest Rustic Cherry Luxury Vinyl Flooring - 5182
Nest Barn Oak Luxury Vinyl Tile Wood Flooring - 2mm Thick
Nest Fresh Cherry Luxury Vinyl Tile Wood Flooring - 2mm Thick