I share beautiful photos with you here on the blog, but our real life is not picture-perfect. My three kids give our home a workout which is why we use beautifully responsible resilient flooring throughout our home.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Beautifully Responsible. All opinions are 100% mine.
Why Resilient Flooring:
Like hardwood or carpet, resilient flooring is a category of flooring products. Resilient flooring is a great product. It has the ability to give under the impact of footsteps and then spring back into shape. Luxury vinyl, linoleum, rubber, and other specific flooring products are all considered resilient.
We have LVP (luxury vinyl plank) throughout our home and added it to the spaces that see the most use, but we didn’t have to compromise aesthetics. We have LVP in our boys’ bathroom, back entry/mudroom, half bath, and laundry room.
Our back entry/mudroom is the most used space in our home. The durable flooring stands up to three kids dragging in everything from sports equipment to muddy shoes.
When you select responsible flooring products, you can know the manufacturers are committed to sourcing, designing, and manufacturing resilient flooring products with sustainability in mind.
Manufacturers strive to operate responsibly, reduce waste, conserve natural resources, and decrease embodied carbon.
Responsible flooring is designed knowing your family is your first priority which means indoor air quality is a priority, the flooring is manufactured with reduced chemicals, and the flooring provides acoustic comfort.
Responsible, resilient flooring is the ultimate in performance and durability because it stands up to the stresses of everyday life, makes clean-up easy, and comes in waterproof and water resilient options.
Our LVP is so easy to clean. I vacuum if needed, and use a mixture of vinegar and water to remove any stubborn spots. It really is the perfect option for a busy family of five.
Resilient flooring is constructed for long-term durability and crafted to promote healthy, beautiful environments inside and out. These floors allow my family to live in our home.
If you haven’t already, where would you add resilient flooring to your home?