Vinyl Tile Flooring

Vinyl tile flooring is now more stylish than ever. Vinyl floor tiles are available in a variety of patterns, colors and styles that closely resemble natural products like wood, stone, and ceramic tile. Floor tile is easy to install and easy to care for.


Alterna Luxury Vinyl

The perfect alternative to ceramic tile 
and natural stone.

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PEEL AND STICK VINYL TILE

Armstrong peel and stick tile offers the beauty and easy maintenance you would expect in a vinyl floor – and something more: it’s DIY-friendly! Peel and stick tile is one of the easiest flooring options to install. All you need is a basic understanding of flooring installation methods and a little experience with a few common handyman tools. Many of our peel and stick tile floors can be installed over a weekend.

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We just installed the Afton series Diamond Jubilee pattern in our bathroom. It was done in two hours and looks like a million bucks. Easy installation and a handsome Victorian look for a very reasonable price. You can’t go wrong with an Armstrong product. View Afton Vinyl Tile

Katlady13, Newport, RI
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Design a Room

USE DESIGN A ROOM TOOL

To find the right peel and stick floor for your room, try our Design a Room tool. This tool will help you visualize the floor that will work for your space and decorating style.

To use the tool, first choose a room and style. Next, select the wall and cabinet colors, then the look and color of your peel and stick tile floor. Designing a virtual room is the first step toward bringing your vision to life.

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DIY Vinyl Sheet Floors

DIY INSTALLATION

The number one reason homeowners prefer peel and stick floor tile? They can install it themselves! With a little prep and your toolkit, you can install a beautiful tile floor quickly and easily. Armstrong’s peel and stick adhesive tile (no glue needed) is the most popular method of installation.

To install a tile, simply remove the liner sheet and stick the tile where you want it on the floor. One precaution: these tiles are hard to remove once they’re down, so plan carefully. Your other installation options for vinyl tile involve using glueless adhesive tabs or spray adhesive. With these options, you can easily remove the tiles if you want to install another type of floor later.


 

Vinyl tile floors are a great choice for laundry rooms, mudrooms, kitchens and playrooms. Actually, you can install tile flooring in any room where you expect to have high traffic and where you want a floor that's easy to clean.

When it comes to designing your vinyl tile floor, you’ve got lots of options in colors and patterns. Feeling bold?

Our modular vinyl tile format practically invites you to experiment! Alternate different colors or patterns to create a unique checkerboard or other striking visual. Of course, you can choose a single color for an uninterrupted visual effect.

The number one reason homeowners prefer vinyl tile flooring? They can install it themselves! With a little prep and your toolkit, you can install a beautiful vinyl tile floor quickly and easily. Armstrong’s peel n’ stick adhesive tile (no glue needed) is the most popular method of installation. All you have to do is remove the liner sheet and stick the tile where you want it on the floor. One precaution: these tiles are hard to remove once they’re down, so plan carefully. Your other installation options for vinyl tile involve using glueless adhesive tabs or spray adhesive. With these options, you can easily remove the tiles if you want to install another type of floor later.