Export, Pa.—Karndean Designflooring has expanded its popular Van Gogh collection with nine new colorways. Van Gogh now includes 26 distinctive styles—all available in both glue-down and rigid core constructions and in stock now.
“We’re so excited to offer these great new options,” said Jenne Ross, director of product. “Between the timeless look and exceptional performance, they remain true to the Van Gogh legacy while providing all-new design possibilities for retailers and homeowners.”
Like the rest of the collection, each new look is inspired by wood from around the world, lovingly crafted to capture the unique colors, tones, textures and grain details that make it unique—with none of the maintenance required for hardwood flooring and all of the durability and performance of luxury vinyl. From painted oak floorboards found in a Holland farmhouse to cedar planks salvaged from a private school in San Diego, every colorway has a unique story, bringing the beautiful look and feel of hardwood into the home.
Introduced in 2001, Van Gogh quickly became a top-seller for Karndean, with retailers, homeowners and designers gravitating to what was then a larger, first-of-its-kind size: a 20-mil wear layer on 48 x 7-inch planks. Since then, it has evolved into something no other luxury vinyl flooring supplier can offer—a true dual-format collection of more than two dozen styles.