The type of flooring you choose when renovating or revamping a room is important.
It has the potential to make a big dent in your budget and needs to be appropriate for the room’s uses to ensure longevity.
But you also need to get the look right because unlike paint you cannot just take the flooring up and start over again with a quick trip to the DIY store.
Recent cost-cutting has seen a rise in the popularity of vinyl floors and some producers are taking advantage of the new interest with a range of contemporary vinyl options.
The word vinyl easily brings forth pictures of 70s kitchens and primary school art rooms but vinyl has had a style makeover in the past few years.
The range from Rhinofloor, pictured, shows the new look vinyl which is both affordable and beautiful.
The floors are hard-wearing, easy to install and come in almost every visual effect you could want.
Whether it is the stone look, tile, wooden or mosaic design, there is an option for every aesthetic and a range of colours to match.
Try a light grainy vinyl for sunrooms and traffic ways.
A dark woody vinyl would suit dining areas and bathrooms.
Or go very light with a white tile vinyl for bathrooms if you want a crisp look.
Flooring from the company is recyclable and comes with a 20-year guarantee.
The store staff can help you pick the right design and give you a run down on installation if you want to do-it-yourself.
Vinyl is an on-trend means of making over a room in your home without spending a large sum on flooring.