Discover how these luxury vinyl floors combine style with both warmth and strength.


tiled floor leading to wooden staircase

Image: Retreat (DC322) from Amtico’s Designers’ Choice collection

Considering a floor upgrade? The days of shabby lino are long gone – embrace today’s bright new world of luxury vinyl flooring that boasts oodles of style, is high performance and hasn't collected a carbon footprint from being shipped from half way across the world. 

The vinyl countdown

dining table and chairs set on tiled floor

Image: Scape (DC403) from Amtico’s Designers’ Choice collection

Certain poor quality floorings have given vinyl a bad name over the years, but companies like Amtico have been at the forefront of pioneering a luxury vinyl that can truly uplift modern homes. While traditional floor materials such as wood and tiles have long been covetable, they’re expensive, difficult to maintain, prone to damage and costly to replace, among other drawbacks.

The new vinyl can not only replicate those styles – and with a huge choice of patterns, motifs and colours – it’s affordable, quiet, warm, soft and simple to look after. And, if you somehow damage it, it’s much simpler to replace than its traditional counterparts.

Fall for flooring

sofa with cushions lamp and nested tables in lounge

Image: Drift Oak in Stripwood laying pattern from Amtico’s Form collection

If design is important to you, Amtico’s Spacia, Signature and Form collections have all bases covered. Both classic and cool, contemporary looks abound here, whether you’re searching for stone, wood or abstract finishes. A vast range of patterns and colours allow you to create the space and look you want, no matter which room you want to tile.

This is luxury vinyl flooring that’s made for modern life. It feels warmer to the touch than wood or stone floors while being very easy to clean. Manufactured with heat-compressed layers, it’s truly resilient and built to last too.

Buy British

tiled kitchen with island and stools

Image: Gallery Concrete in Field Stone laying pattern from Amtico’s Spacia collection

Another benefit is that 95% of Amtico’s range is designed and manufactured in the UK. That means you’re supporting a British business while cutting down on your carbon footprint as your new floor isn’t being flown from the other side of the world. 

Want to see how Amtico’s stellar range looks in different rooms? Try the online room visualiser and you can switch between products and patterns, save your designs and find inspiration. Want to see more? Download or view a brochure to discover the entire range of unique and versatile designs.

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