May 25, 2020 2 min read

It’s decided—with your flooring, you’ve decided to spend big. Whether this is a renovation you’ve been planning for months or years, you know it’s going to be a good one and one your family will remember for years to come. There’s just one problem: you haven’t decided on a flooring type!


Good news: We’re here to help with that. At E Hardwoods & Flooring, where you can buy hardwood flooring online, we stock all sorts of high-end flooring types. Here’s more good news: even if you want your floors to epitomize the life of luxury, you don’t need to spend big at all. Recent innovations have made the so-called “economy” flooring tougher, longer-lasting, and more trendy than ever. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with spending a lot on flooring—we’d never imply such a thing! We simply mean to say that, due to industry ingenuity, luxurious flooring is now available to more people than ever.


We’ll showcase a few of the more luxurious types of flooring we stock below.

Luxury is in the Eye of the Beholder

It’s not only beauty that’s subjective! When you say you want luxury flooring, ask yourself what this really means. Are you searching for flooring that lasts for years or flooring that’s so durable that you hardly need to perform maintenance? When one envisions “luxury,” their definition of the term can look incredibly different from the next person’s.


Do any of the following flooring types match your personal idea of luxury?


  • Solid hardwood flooring is often considered the closest to the conventional definition of “luxury.” With its ability to last for decades, combined with a classically beautiful aesthetic, it appeals to the homeowner who desires an heirloom flooring.
  • Luxury vinyl plank and tile have the word “luxury” right in the name! It earns its title due to its thickness and durability compared to standard types of vinyl flooring. Modern technology means that luxury vinyl plank and tile can be made to look like other high-end flooring types, such as hardwood. Since this qualifies as waterproof flooring, it’s a great fit for active homeowners who want a classy aesthetic combined with worry-free maintenance requirements.
  • Engineered hardwood flooring is made of a wood composite with a layer of solid hardwood lain overtop. It’s strong against humidity and temperature fluctuations, maintaining its shape in spite of them. It’s great for homeowners who want the luxurious look and feel of hardwood flooring with a more lax maintenance routine.

Still In Need of Flooring Advice? E Hardwoods & Flooring is Here to Help

We’re an online flooring distributor with a huge variety of brands, makes, and flooring types in stock. If you’re still undecided about what “luxury” looks like for you, we’d be happy to direct you towards a product that will fit. Peruse our online stock by clicking here, or contact us with direct questions.