Here at Luvanto, we understand that flooring is more than a surface to walk on. It’s a key element in generating the atmosphere and visual aesthetics of your home.
It’s due to this that we are delighted to present a number of Black LVT Flooring designs. This selection features black wood and stone designs. Our floors mimic not just the dark sophistication of wood, but also the elegance of cut stone.
Our Black LVT Flooring reflects the utmost character and stylistic spirit. Whether you have an eye for the depths of pure black or the subtle elegance of mineral textures – our selection of products within this category has been designed to provide a strong foundation for your decor.
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Black LVT Flooring is not only versatile as far as visual qualities and tones go, but our LVT’s functionality is the best you can ask for in both domestic and commercial settings. With a strong wear layer and expert construction, Luvanto promises high durability and timeless quality.
Choose from our quality collection and explore the unique blend of style and practicality that Black LVT Flooring offers. With Luvanto, you can be confident that you’re investing in a floor that looks exceptional and stands the test of time.
Black LVT is a choice that can work in any room, both as a colour, and a material. However, considering the black element is a design choice, it’s important to plan where and how it will look. It is a highly sophisticated option that suits various design directions, making it a good choice for homeowners aiming for a modern and chic look.
The influence of lighting on black LVT flooring is significant and can dramatically alter its appearance. Just like any other element in your interior design, the flooring too, absorbs, reflects, and is altered by the light it’s exposed to.
Bathed in natural light, Black LVT can reveal the full rich texture that Luvanto is so proud of. Sunlight seems to highlight much more subtle changes in flooring and can enhance depth and dynamism. Pair this with light-coloured furniture, and you have a rich, unique depth that you won’t see in many other homes.
However, in spaces with less natural light, black flooring might seem darker than it is. In these instances, clever use of artificial light can come in handy. A good balance of overhead lighting, task lighting and accent lighting can illuminate the floor, reveal its texture, and prevent it from looking too dark. Moreover, warm light tends to soften the starkness of black, making it more appealing in residential spaces.