Herringbone LVT – New 2019 Range

New for 2019, our Herringbone LVT flooring (Luxury Vinyl Tiles) range combines style and character with practicality and function, while remaining at a low price. This new range of flooring replicates the look and feel of real wood Herringbone Flooring, with the added benefits of LVT flooring.

We’ve perfectly replicated the look and feel of wooden herringbone, with all of the benefits of luxury vinyl tiles. Our Herringbone LVT features a range of different tones and colours; choices vary from warm, darker colours, such as Golden Oak, to light grey tones, such as White Rustic Oak.

 

A closer look at the Herringbone LVT flooring range

The Herringbone LVT range is practical, tough and durable; a great choice for any busy home. Below is a list of features that our Herringbone LVT includes.

  • 2.5mm tile thickness
  • 1.25m² coverage per pack
  • 0.55mm wear layer
  • 613mm tile length
  • 102mm tile width
  • 20 year residential warranty
  • 10 year commercial warranty
  • Water resistant 
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Real wood feel textured surface
  • Suitable with underfloor heating

 

Light Grey Herringbone LVT

 

Colours

With the wide range of colours available, our Herringbone LVT Tiles will fit into your style of home easily. Herringbone flooring is one of the most popular interior trends for 2019, and now you can have it in your home with all of the great benefits of LVT.

Golden Oak

This particular shade of Herringbone LVT brings warmth and character to any room, with authentic looking wood grains and knots. This particular shade highlights the dark coloured patterns and lines, Each with their own unique style, creating a real wood effect.

“All we can say is wow. When our fitter had finished we were thrilled to say the least. It looks fantastic and feels warm to walk on.” – Sharon K.

Grey Oak

Grey Oak Herringbone Vinyl Tiles bring distinctive character and style into modern living spaces, offering numerous advantages that only the highest quality floors can provide. An ashy finish covers the flooring, with dark and distinctive patterns sprawling through each section of tile.

Light Grey Oak

A lighter tone compared to Grey Oak, Light Grey Herringbone LVT flooring is highly detailed, while defining its realistic wood knots and patterns. This makes for a great alternative to real wood flooring.

Natural Oak

The perfect tone between a rustic feel and a neutral tone, Natural Oak Herringbone LVT offers an extremely realistic look and feel, with a textured surface to recreate the feel of real wood.

Vintage Oak

A perfect choice if you are looking for a dark, rustic looking wood, Vintage Oak Herringbone Vinyl Tiles offer a striking and bold appearance, while providing a real wood look and feel.

White Rustic Oak

The lightest option of Herringbone LVT flooring we offer. White Rustic Oak is perfect for light, neutral coloured rooms. Darker wood patterns and knots create a beautiful contrast against the light tone of the rest of the flooring.

 

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Where can Herringbone Luxury Vinyl Tiles be fitted? 

Our Herringbone LVT Tiles can be fitted in most areas of your home as it is resilient, water-resistant and easy to clean. However, it is not suitable for areas of your house where the temperature can exceed 27°C, therefore we recommend you don’t lay Herringbone LVT in conservatories.

 

How does it compare to a herringbone wood floor?

Compared to herringbone wood flooring, there are a range of both advantages and disadvantages. These can be a bigger factor depending on what room in the house you are placing the flooring in, as well as how busy your home can get.

 

Advantages compared to Herringbone Wood Flooring

  • LVT Flooring is water resistant, which makes it perfect for areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Luxury Vinyl Tiles are considerably cheaper when compared to real wood, this makes them more accessible due to its budget-friendly price tag.
  • As one of the toughest flooring options out there, LVT flooring is a great option for busy family homes where there is a lot of foot traffic.
  • Unlike solid wood flooring, LVT is suitable for use with underfloor heating.

 

Disadvantages compared to Herringbone Wood Flooring

  • You will not have the completely authentic wood feel, which is available only with real wood flooring.
  • You don’t have the option to sand and refinish LVT flooring.

 

Natural Herringbone LVT

 

How to fit Herringbone LVT Tiles

This particular range of LVT flooring is glue down, which means an appropriate adhesive is required to lay this flooring.

Before laying your Herringbone LVT flooring, we advise you to leave them in the room for 72 hours prior to installation. This gives the flooring time to adjust to the room’s temperature and humidity levels

Make sure your subfloor is level and dry, this is to ensure your flooring is even, and has a solid surface to be laid on. When laying Herringbone Vinyl Tiles, place each tile at a 90-degree angle, with the tiles pointing towards the middle of the room and work your way from the centre outwards. 

Be sure that you are applying the adhesive to the subfloor and no the tile itself. Also, be sure to Score and snap tiles in order to cut them to size.

Dark Herringbone LVT Flooring with feature strips

You also have the option to enhance the look of your flooring using feature strips, which creates a border around your room or between individual planks. 

While click LVT flooring fits together using a click-lock system, glue down vinyl tiles need to be adhered directly to the subfloor.

Click is ordinarily fitted as a floating floor, and can be used with underlay.

Our Herringbone vinyl tiles are glue down due to their distinct pattern, giving you more control over the design of your flooring.

 

Why choose herringbone vinyl tiles?

LVT flooring, in general, is very durable and much more budget-friendly. Our Herringbone LVT flooring has numerous beneficial factorswhich make them many people’s preference over real wood.

 

The average price of LVT is cost-effective and a fantastic alternative to real wood. Luxury vinyl tiles are especially effective if you are looking to lay flooring in your kitchen or bathroom, as LVT has the additional benefit of being water-resistant.

 

Conclusion

Our new range of Herringbone LVT offers strength and water resistance. As well as this, the wide variety of colours can fit in nicely with any room in your home. This is a fantastic option if your looking for the appearance of wooden flooring, but wanting more functionality and benefits. 

To find out more about our new range, be sure to head over to our product page where we go more in-depth on every option that we provide. Click here to view the range and order your free samples.

Additionally, if you’re looking for a beautiful herringbone flooring, but in laminate instead of LVT, our range of Herringbone Laminate Flooring has you covered.

If you have any questions or queries, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 03308 088 777.

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