Beige Stone Rigid Vinyl Plank – Transform Range – British Made
Transform Range Rigid Vinyl Plank is a new generation of Luxury design flooring, giving you the ultimate sound reduction, along with improved durability and stability. This means your floor will stand up to the heaviest wear without losing its good looks! Available in 10 stylish colours, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste.
A somewhat understated look, the Beige Stone flooring can bring exquisite taste and elegance to your home. The finer detail in our Beige Stone flooring shows indents along the textured surface and shows unique marks. This can be used with other design strips and can be introduced to different colours to make one unique flooring.
A classic and often understated look, our Beige Stone brings the elegance of finely crafted stone-masonry into your home. The finer details in our Beige Stone show unique marks and indents along the textured surface. Each with a different story to tell.To really add class to this look, consider using a contrasting colour from our design strip range.
Beige Stone is also available to order in the incredible Transform range Rigid Vinyl Plank, if you require soundproofing flooring, improved stability and durability without the hassle of losing its luxurious looks then the Transform Rigid Vinyl Plank is the option for you.
Advantages of Beige Stone Rigid Vinyl Plank:
- Easy and quick installation
- Considerably less surface preparation and less fitting costs
- A range of styles and designs
- Thermal expansion and constriction resistant
- 100% Waterproof and easy to clean
- High Slip Resistance R10
- Acoustic backing 19bd impact Sound Reduction
- Fire resistant
- Environmentally friendly flooring
- Great cost benefits
You can view larger sample boards or packs at wood4floors London Showroom and Warehouse. You can take boards outside to see in full daylight the colour range and texture. Easy access – free parking. Look at boards on the floor for their full effect – It is surprising what an impact it makes when you place a number of large planks together compared to a small sample or photograph.