A gallery of luxury vinyl tile flooring.

Armstrong's Alterna is groutable LVT tile

Armstrong presents Alterna, an LVT groutable tile offering a range of distinctive designs and textures. The 16” by 16” tiles feature well-defined surfaces and natural colors, including rustic stone, traditional marble and other nature-inspired textures. The series includes 40 SKUs in nine collections and 10 grout colors. For details, circle 300 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Pavia Stone new from EarthWerks

Pavia Stone from EarthWerks is a 16” by 16” LVT tile. The two-sided groutable product is offered in a range of colors designed to mimic the look of natural stone.For details, circle 298 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Island Limestone is Karndean's latest

Karndean International has added the Island Limestone collection of LVT. Available in four limestone looks, the flooring is inspired by a traditional roman floor pattern and is offered in nine assorted tile sizes.For details, circle 294 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Deco Stone from LG for commercial use

LG Hausys Floors introduces Deco Stone. The LVT flooring offers natural stone looks including limestone, sandstone, granite and others in a durable polyurethane surface. Deco Stone is designed to withstand heavy commercial foot traffic, according to the company. For details, circle 292 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Centiva from Sigma can be mixed, matched

Centiva has taken the wraps off of Sigma. Offered in three colors – Pure, Nature and Phantom – in a linear pattern, Sigma can be installed alone or mixed and matched with planks for unique visuals. Sigma is offered with and without beveled edges in a range of sizes.For details, circle 296 on the Reader Inquiry Card.

Toli offers its LL300 in modular format

Toli has rolled out LL300 modular LVT flooring for retail, hospitality and office environments. Offered in wood grain and granite patterns, the floor also features a contemporary color palette and is made using 65 percent post-industrial/pre-consumer waste.For details, circle 290 on the Reader Inquiry Card.