Vinyl Flooring Resilient vinyl flooring - both sheet and tile - has become a valued design tool for many interior designers and architects, particularly those designing for heavy-traffic locations - such as a grocery store - or for rooms that must be kept clean - such as a hospital operating room.
In the following section, you'll learn more about the possibilities and limitations of vinyl flooring, with a particular emphasis on commercial applications. This section will also address the design, environmental and historical considerations to take into account when specifying vinyl flooring.

“Despite the complexity of the floor pattern, vinyl allowed us to create a monolithic floor.”

— John Niziolek, AIA,
The Stein-Cox Group