Marble Systems’ Boise Porcelain Tile Collection.
AtraFloor’s Fame flooring.
Argenta's Powder collection.
Armstrong’s Paragon engineered-wood flooring.
XLight Premium by Porcelanosa.
Lipso I, a new addition to Mafi’s Carving collection.

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Fabulous finds in flooring

Marble Systems’ Boise Porcelain Tile Collection conveys weather-worn style indoors and out with a durable, easy-to-clean, wood-look surface. Available in a range of patterns and colors and as tile, mosaic, paver or base. marblesystems.com

The iconic Walk of Fame outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood inspired AtraFloor’s playful Fame flooring, with its star motif. The durable, vinyl surface resembles terrazzo; made in England, it ships worldwide in four to six weeks. atrafloor.com

Spanish ceramics company Argenta recently launched Powder, an industrial-chic collection of glazed floor and wall tiles boasting a wide array of patterns and textures. The concrete-look tiles come in a palette of grays, whites and earth tones that can be combined for a one-of-a-kind look. tileofspainusa.com

Armstrong’s Paragon engineered-wood flooring combines solid Appalachian oak and hickory with the company’s Diamond 10 Technology, which incorporates cultured diamond particles from scratch- and wear-resistance. Available in brushed, smooth and scraped finishes, in five hues. armstrongflooring.com

Replicating the look of marble, XLight Premium by Porcelanosa is an ultra-thin, through-body porcelain tile that comes in large-format sheets. Available in a polished or matte finish and in a range of marble hues. Aged Dark is pictured here on both walls and floor. porcelanosa-usa.com

Pictured in an Oak Clear finish, Lipso I is a new addition to Mafi’s Carving collection of tongue-and-groove, natural-wood floors, which are characterized by surfaces that are laser-cut to create a patterned effect. The eco-friendly floors are simply brushed and oiled. mafi.com