Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring — The Wilmont Series

October 30, 2019

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You have a lot of options when it comes to choosing luxury vinyl plank flooring (LVP) for your home — and not just the many colors and patterns available. There are also different levels of durability, price points, and installation methods. For homeowners who want the highest level of durability along with long-lasting beauty, the Wilmont Series by MSI is the right choice.

LVP flooring involves two basic methods of installation: floating and glue-down. Floating floors are installed with no adhesive; many snap or click into place. This method is ideal for areas with low foot traffic, and for homeowners or commercial space owners who plan to replace the floor occasionally to create a new look. 

Most homeowners, however, know that kitchens and bathrooms are not low-traffic areas — and, therefore, they require flooring that is tough and waterproof as well as attractive. The Wilmont Series is a glue-down luxury vinyl plank flooring, which means it’s affixed to the subfloor with an adhesive. This results in flooring that is more stable and long-lasting than most floating floors. It’s so durable that MSI offers a lifetime warranty for residential, 10 years for light commercial, and five years for commercial use. With a 20 mil wear layer, buyers can be assured that they will have many years of function and beauty.

Lime Washed Oak - With neutral tones of beige and light brown, Lime Washed Oak luxury vinyl plank is a subtle wood-grained plank floor. The effect is simple and casual, and it’s easy to pair with other elements such as natural stone and any color of cabinetry. Whether you prefer a minimalistic, contemporary look or are captivated by farmhouse style décor, this is a great fit.

simple and clean kitchen with lvt flooring
Reclaimed Oak Luxury Vinyl Planks Photo Credit: Houzz

Reclaimed Oak - Hardwoods such as oak and walnut that have been reclaimed from barns and other structures are prized by interior designers. With MSI’s Reclaimed Oak luxury vinyl plank, you can enjoy the character and warmth of this rustic element without the steep prices or worries about care and maintenance. This French Country kitchen is just one way to incorporate Reclaimed Oak into your home.

French country kitchen with luxury vinyl tile
Burnished Acacia Luxury Vinyl Planks Photo Credit: Houzz

If a more formal design is your preference, Burnished Acacia LVP is a dark, polished plank that looks like wood. It features rich shades of brown and grain patterns of authentic, exotic wood. It’s an excellent complement to paler furnishings, such as the sofa and rug in this photo. As with MSI’s other luxury vinyl flooring colors, matching trim items are available for a truly upscale finish.

cherry wood living room with lvt flooring
Elmwood Ash Luxury Vinyl Planks Photo Credit: Houzz

This colorful room really pops thanks to the texture and neutral shades of the gray-hued Elmwood Ash LVP flooring. This modern plank matches modern décor, and allows you many years of carefree living and entertaining with no worries about sealing, waxing, or scrubbing. 

vinyl flooring living room
Photo Credit: Houzz

It’s tough to match the character and beauty that a hardwood floor provides, along with its uncanny ability to match any type of décor — but vinyl plank flooring is up to the task. Whether you’re designing a traditional, casual, or rustic room, the Wilmont Series can deliver many years of durable service without the worry and maintenance of real wood. Visit MSI’s web gallery for design inspiration along with all the information you need to make the right choice for your home.

Luxury Vinyl Flooring transitional pieces and trim are designed to complement the collection’s luxury vinyl planks. For safety, a seamless flow, and a custom look, combine transitional pieces with trim. Learn more about Luxury Vinyl Flooring accessories and trims.

Would you like to learn more about Luxury Vinyl Flooring? Read the Definitive Guide to Luxury Vinyl Flooring to learn everything you need to know. And check out these vinyl flooring videos to learn more about LVP flooring styles, LVP installation, and maintenance.


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