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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing LVP Flooring Colours for Your Home
The Ultimate Guide to Choosing LVP Flooring Colours for Your Home

Selecting the right LVP flooring colour can make or break your home's good looks! The colour you choose can transform your space and will become the foundation of your home's entire look and feel.

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Vinyl Floorboards, Lino, & Planks

Shop All Vinyl Floorboards

Are you looking for a stylish, hard-wearing flooring solution that's easy to install? 

Look no further than Amber's vinyl floorboards! They're available in various styles and colours for truly tough flooring that will stand up against the everyday comings and goings of your busy home.


What Are Vinyl Floorboards?

Vinyl floorboards are synthetic boards made primarily from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) that mimic the look of wood, stone, and even tile. This material makes them durable and resistant to moisture, which is fantastic for areas like kitchens and bathrooms in particular. 

What are some other benefits of choosing vinyl flooring from Amber for your home? 

Dent-proof: They can handle high foot traffic without showing much wear, including indentations made by stilettos.
Stain resistant: The vinyl's surface treatment protects it from food, wine, and other stains.
Sound resistant: While traditional hard flooring can be noisy when walked on, our vinyl floorboards feature a built-in acoustic foam backing, which helps to dampen in-room noise.
Climate resistant: These floorboards are designed to withstand the beautiful but often brutal Aussie climate, so extreme heat and cold won't affect the vinyl's appearance or dimensions.
Low maintenance: A quick sweep or mop does the job without the need for harsh chemicals.
Affordability: Generally cheaper than hardwood or stone flooring.

What about installation? You might be wondering if you can lay vinyl floorboards yourself. We have good news- the process is straightforward and painless! 

Vinyl floating floorboards from Amber come with a one-click, triple-lock connection system that doesn't require glue. The planks have a soft foam base layer that helps mould around existing floor imperfections, so they can be laid over most flooring with no underlay and little to no surface preparation. 

This laying process is so efficient that one person can install up to 100 m2 a day. So, you could redo your floors in just a day or two! 

When it comes to styles and colours, there's something to suit everyone's taste. Styles can include stone, tile, and the most popular- timber-look vinyl flooring. 

The vinyl timber-look floorboards here at Amber are available in seven unique styles and 12 captivating colours ranging from natural wood tones to light greys and dark browns. This range means you'll find a vinyl floorboard to suit your decor preferences in any room of your home.  

For practical, beautiful, and cost-effective flooring, Amber has the answer. Browse our vinyl floorboards and other timber-look flooring options today!


Vinyl Floorboards FAQs

  • Are Vinyl Floorboards Good?

    Vinyl floorboards are an excellent choice due to their affordability and lower maintenance requirements than natural wood flooring. Vinyl doesn't need regular sanding, polishing, or refinishing like wood and doesn't require special cleaning products. 

    Additionally, vinyl flooring can withstand heavy foot traffic and resist scratches and dents, so it remains in good condition for a long time.

    And with a wide range of designs available to match any decor style, it's clear that vinyl floorboards are indeed a good flooring choice!

  • Can You Lay Vinyl Straight Onto Floorboards?

    Yes, because vinyl flooring is designed to be floating, meaning it doesn't need to be nailed or glued down. The existing floorboards just need to be level and in fairly good condition for the vinyl to be installed on top.

  • How To Lay Vinyl Flooring on Floorboards?

    1. Ensure the floorboards are clean, dry, and level. Repair any damaged areas.
    2. Leave the vinyl flooring in the room for a day or two to acclimate to the room's temperature and humidity.
    3. Plan the layout, deciding the direction in which you want the planks to run. Parallel to the longest wall is typically ideal.
    4. Install underlay if needed; however, many vinyl floorboards have a soft base foam layer that makes underlay unnecessary.
    5. Start in a corner, placing the planks to follow your layout plan. 
    6. Fit each new plank by angling and snapping it into the previous one. Cut planks as needed to fit the room.
    7. Install any necessary transition strips between different flooring types and trim around the room's perimeter.
    8. Clean your newly laid vinyl floating floorboards, and they’re ready to be walked on!
  • Do You Need Underlay for Vinyl on Floorboards?

    An underlay is not required for vinyl floating floorboards with a built-in underlayer. However, if the existing floorboards are uneven or have gaps, an underlay can provide a smoother, more stable surface. 

    Always check the manufacturer's recommendations for your specific vinyl flooring product.

  • What Do You Put On Floorboards Before Vinyl Flooring?

    If the vinyl floorboards you choose have a pre-attached underlay- nothing. 

    But if they don't, or if the existing floorboards are uneven or gappy, an underlay will provide a smooth, level surface and offer extra insulation and soundproofing.

  • Do You Have Questions About Vinyl Floorboards?

    Ready to step up your flooring game?

    Don't let unanswered questions keep you from laying the foundation for your dream space! For answers about timber-look vinyl flooring, reach out to the team at Amber today by filling out this online form.

    To get an idea about our stunning, high-quality vinyl floorboards, browse the range online. Then visit a showroom near youto see the range in person. Our team of flooring experts is ready to help you find what you're looking for.

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