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From entertaining friends to bringing the family together at the table, your dining room should be fit for every purpose whilst still showcasing your own personal style. Beautiful food deserves beautiful surroundings, so here are a few luxury vinyl and rubber tile dining room flooring ideas to inspire you!

Make a statement with colour and pattern

black designer flooring in a dining room

For beautiful luxury vinyl dining room flooring that is dynamic yet sophisticated, don’t be afraid to experiment with bold patterns and colours. Here, Parquet Charcoal designer floor tiles look stunning with a border of lamp wood from our wood effect vinyl collection.

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wood effect and cream dining room vinyl flooring

One of our favourite dining room flooring ideas - combining luxury vinyl wood effect and designer tiles to make a stunning zoned area! See our border and zoning page for more options.

Lattice Hay Field View Floor
Antique Oak View Floor

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Consider wood effect for a practical alternative

Oak vinyl dining room floor

Compared to a real wood floor that can often be difficult to clean and maintain, our wonderfully authentic wood effect vinyl flooring for dining rooms is the perfect combination of function and style. Here, English Oak completes this simple-yet-beautiful dining space that will look stunning for years to come.

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Mix and match styles for a contemporary twist

Stylish gold vinyl floor in a dining room

Laura’s space combines Parquet Mimosa dining room floor tiles with a fresh colour palette and country vintage accents, creating a stylish interior that’s bursting with character.

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Blue rubber dining room flooring

For cool and contemporary dining room floor coverings, try experimenting with colour and texture to create a truly showstopping space. Here, blue rubber flooring from our Dimples collection has been paired with matching walls and a mish-mash of furniture for an industrial twist on a retro look.

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Choose concrete or stone effect for functional style

Stone effect flooring in a kitchen

All of our luxury vinyl tiles and rubber floors are incredibly easy to clean and maintain, making them the perfect choice for a family dining space. For an extra layer of protection against spillages and stains, be sure to treat your dining room flooring with our fabulous Floor Care Kit for a flawless finish.

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Create zones and borders to add definition

wood effect with purple vinyl floor

To add a sense of purpose to your combined dining and kitchen space, why not choose two complementary colours or patterns to create a ‘zone’ effect? Our Signature collections have been specially designed to look beautiful together, making it easy for you to create bespoke kitchen and dining room flooring for your home.

Click on the link below for more dining room flooring ideas - be inspired by the stylish designs from our designer flooring collections and much much more!

Lattice Hellebore View Floor
Walnut View Floor

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Our stylish & practical floors are perfectly suited for use in Dining Rooms



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