What’s up Vinyl? We see you being all luxury-like and still durable.  

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of vinyl flooring? Is it the flooring that is long overdue for replacement in your grandmother’s laundry room? Inexpensive sheets of vinyl designed to look like tile, but aren’t fooling anyone?

If you stop by The Carpet Center in Conway, Ark. we’ll give you a tour of what vinyl flooring can look like today. Vinyl flooring is no longer the sticker-like material used as flooring in the 80’s.

It has taken its place in the luxury and affordable segment of resilient flooring.

It’s water resistant and flexible properties make it a great choice for any room in the house—even the laundry room.

At The Carpet Center we could go on all day about how much easier luxury vinyl flooring will make your life. Most of our customers are more concerned about style than functionality. We know that the foundation of a room’s aesthetic starts with the flooring.

Vinyl is a great choice for any room and not just because it is durable and easy to clean. It is available in a variety of textures, colors, and styles. Vinyl can look like hardwood or a more versatile flooring type for those looking to try a bold or trendy design.

Here are a few options:


Luxury vinyl tiles (LVT) is one of the top choices when it comes to affordable luxury flooring. There are a variety of colors, shapes and patterns to choose from. Marble is a popular choice. Or get creative with hexagon shapes. LVT can even be installed with grout.


Even with LVT options, vinyl sheets are still popular. Sheets of vinyl cost less and can still capture the texture and design of the flooring you are looking for. They are a good choice for the recent oversized-tiles flooring trend.


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Want to extend the wood flooring theme in your house to moisture-heavy rooms of the house like bathrooms or the kitchen? Vinyl planks are a beautiful substitute for hardwood flooring.

When affordable flooring options started to get more popular with consumers, vinyl flooring engineers started looking for better ways to make vinyl look like real hardwood flooring. Today, vinyl is as close to real hardwood flooring as laminate.

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