Despite vinyl records losing steam in recent years to CD's and then streaming platforms, vinyl flooring
is alive and well. And it's not just a trend since vinyl flooring has been around for over 100 years, initially designed as a replacement for linoleum.
This resilient material gained popularity in the 1940s when vinyl flooring started to be the go-to flooring material because of its durability, scratch-less finish, and water-resistance.
Being easy to clean and maintain, it has been thriving as the number one option for bathrooms and kitchens. If you're interested in a no-hassle, low-cost choice, finding a vinyl flooring store might seem like your best bet.