Luxury vinyl flooring in Saskatoon, SK from Braid Flooring & Window Fashions

Bathroom Decorating Tips: Is luxury vinyl flooring a good fit?

Luxury vinyl is a great flooring material for a bathroom. It provides an upscale look and worry-free functionality. The best brands are waterproof, so wet feet and damp towels do not cause damage. With luxury vinyl, you can have easy-to-maintain 'wood' in this moisture-prone room as well as groutless 'tile.' Braid Flooring & Window Fashions offers the latest wood look and tile look vinyl flooring. In addition, you can find a large selection of floor coverings and Hunter Douglas window coverings in our showroom in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


Tough and versatile luxury vinyl flooring is made up of four layers. First, the backing layer provides support and protects the core layer, which makes up the flooring bulk. Next, the wood, stone, or ceramic image layer is protected from scratches and stains by the transparent wear layer.


Luxury vinyl plank styles are available in many wood species. Choose a textured brand created with embossing techniques, and you can enjoy the feel of wood, too. Embossed in Register planks offer the most authentic look because embossing is aligned with the wood grain pattern.


Many homeowners select 'stones' when they choose luxury vinyl tile flooring for their bathroom. Marble, travertine, slate, and soapstone are trendy. Wood-look tiles, which have a miniature plank appearance, are also popular. In addition, Glue-down and floating floor brands are available.

Locally-owned Braid Flooring & Window Fashions has been serving Saskatchewan residents for over 30 years. Warman, Martensville, Prince Albert, and Davidson are located in our service area. In addition to residential and commercial installation, we offer design consultation and free in-home estimates. Our flooring specialists are knowledgeable, and our installers are experienced. We invite you to visit our showroom in Saskatoon, where you can browse through luxury vinyl planks and tiles by top companies like Mannington and Armstrong.