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Terrazzo-look tile by Spanish maker Aparici.

Lucida Surfaces’ luxury vinyl floors.

Havwoods’ engineered-wood flooring.

Republic Floor’s Pure SPC collection.

Cutting Edge

Flooring options deliver style underfoot

VINYL MAGIC  Republic Floor’s Pure SPC collection debuts waterproof engineered-vinyl surfaces that combine a stone-and-plastic composite with an imprintable vinyl layer. Pictured: Baltic Brown, a faux-wood option in The Creek Collection. republicfloor.com.

TILE TIME  Spanish tile maker Aparici offers a modern take on terrazzo, a material first seen in ancient Egypt. In this iteration, hexagonal porcelain tiles mimic the look of terrazzo using a digital print process instead of embedded stone chips; Stracciatella is shown. aparici.com/en

CLASSIC LOOK  Decorative film prints create a natural hardwood look on Lucida Surfaces’ luxury vinyl floors, easily assembled with a snap-lock system. Configurations include chevron, parquet and herringbone designs; chevron is pictured in Charred Oak. lucidasurfaces.com 

CHIC SURFACE  Havwoods’ engineered-wood flooring combines particle board or plywood with a top layer of European white oak. Available in a range of finishes, textures, plank widths and styles. Blanco, part of the Venture Plank series, is shown below. havwoods.com

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