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Marble Effect LVT Flooring

Luvanto proudly presents its range of Marble Effect LVT Flooring. Marble has long since been a prized material for architecture dating back thousands of years. Now, the soft stone has gotten even softer, in the form of Luxury Vinyl Tiles. 

With Marble Effect LVT Flooring, you combine the visual beautiful elegance of marble with the high functionality and comfort of LVT. LVT is highly water resistant and provides a soft, warm texture that cold and hard marble cannot. On top of this, you can be sure that LVT does not chip, fade or stain anywhere near as easily – which can be highly upsetting with the expense true marble demands. 

Take a look at Luvanto’s Commercial-quality range of Marble Effect LVT. 

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Whilst we believe every room in the house would be suitable for, and benefit from, LVT, we believe design-wise, the following rooms would look the best for Marble Effect LVT: 

  • Entryway – For people to see marble upon entering your house will dazzle your guests. The opulent appearance of marble will make your home feel like a place of grandeur immediately. 
  • Living Room – The living room is the primary gathering place in your house. As such, it should be a place that maximises comfort, as well as somewhere that can impress your guests. LVT provides comfort, and its sharp visuals will upscale the feeling of luxury in the room. Pair it with appropriate furnishing and decor, and you’ll have a truly impressive living room. 
  • Bathrooms – Marble has a long history of being installed within washrooms, giving off the serene feeling of a spa, whilst the LVT does an excellent job resisting water. 
  • Kitchens – The Kitchen is another place that highly benefits from LVT, resisting any spills that occur, which is common in the kitchen. The marble aspect complements a lot of the cutlery and cabinetry of the room. 
  • Dining Room – A dining room is an excellent place for marble. This is because marble effect flooring gives off a lavish feel that creates a fantastic backdrop for hosting dinner. 

Marble Effect LVT mixes with a wide range of decor, as has been proven over the years: 

  • Classical – Classic designs, such as ornate woodwork, antiques, and plush fabrics complement marble Effect LVT well, as they have a history of being paired, emulating high sophistication. 
  • Modern – Clean lines and uncluttered spaces allow the marble flooring to be accentuated even further complementing the natural patterns. LVT provides a neutral and impactful base. 
  • Contemporary – Pairing contemporary aspects of a room with marble, which is a nod to the past, can create a clashing tone that is highly noticeable. 
  • Art Deco – Art Deco pairs with marble perfectly, as it fits a very avant-garde Renaissance feel. 

Yes, room shapes directly interact with your flooring to create an atmosphere. Take a look at the following ways in which this can happen. 

Square Rooms

Square rooms are symmetrical, and this is the most major factor in how the shape influences the Marble flooring. In order to maximise the feel of the room, consider the two following design styles. 

  • Focal Points – With the room being symmetrical, you can easily create a focal point in the middle of the room. Patterns that start in the middle and spread out would be a good example of using focal points. 
  • Consistency – Consistency perfectly intercepts with the symmetrical design of a square room, allowing it to add to the sense of order within the room. 

Long Rooms

Long rooms that often take on rectangular shapes can create a “tunnelling” feeling that a lot of homeowners may not entirely like. Clever use of your Marble Effect LVT flooring can mitigate this, or enhance it if you like. 

  • Mitigation – Placing your tiles in a diagonal fashion can work against the direction of the room, thereby clashing with the tunnel-like feeling. Subtle veining can detract from the room’s dimensions by lessening the accentuation of the room’s borders. On top of that, it’s proven that brighter flooring tends to make a room feel larger. 
  • Exaggeration – Bold and clear veins of marble can highlight the room borders easier. Placing tiles lengthwise can also work in symphony with the long walls of the room, thereby making the overall impression of the room’s shape outright impossible to ignore.

L-Shaped Rooms

L-shaped rooms are a tad tricky, in that there is no sense of uniformity to act on when placing the marble flooring. Our design choices will revolve around trying to bring it all together, or not at all. You can use:

  • Unification – A singular Marble Pattern that goes in one, consistent direction can help bring a sense of unity to the room. What you do with it after is what determines whether the effect will pay off – as you’ll have to arrange the furniture in a way that encourages flow throughout the room. Aside from that, you should look into other unifying decor – such as wallpaper or art that share similar themes. 
  • Differentiation – First, decide where the dividing line is for the room. Then, ensure there’s a break in your Marble Flooring’s pattern there. For example, the sizes of the veins could change, or maybe just how bold they are. Decor and furniture change could further accentuate this point, as well as the use of transition strips – creating an elegant boundary that provides clear demarcation. 

Smaller, Enclosed Rooms

Rooms such as your pantry, for example, or other rooms that may be smaller than usual, could use some support from clever marble effect LVT flooring use: 

  • Enhance the perception of space – There are several things that can change your perception of space in a small, enclosed room. For one, you could get flooring that is much lighter in colour than usual, and provide some sort of light. Natural light would be better, as bright marble floors reflect light, which enhances the perception of space in a room. It’s important to have more faded veins, though, as these can prove as markers that will give definitive information on where the room ends. 
  • Enhance the perception of enclosure – If you want the room smaller, the opposite advice works just fine. Simply have a flooring that is much darker in nature, although ensure that the veins are fairly bold and bright. Ensuring little natural light enters the room also means that there’s no light reflection.