Vinyl flooring has been a staple in the flooring industry for decades, with many flooring applications still in use from the mid part of the 20th Century. Its one drawback is a poor environmental track record in the manufacturing process. Vinyl comes in a variety of shapes and sizes ranging from tiles to sheet goods, with a myriad of color options and patterns. Vinyl is also soft underfoot, for long term foot and joint comfort.
As this type of flooring can be modular it allows one to create customized looks within the home, ranging from expansive to more discreet, private nooks.