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TrafficMASTER Allure 12 in. x 36 in. Gold Vinyl Tile Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

Model # 216112.0

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TrafficMASTER Allure 12 in. x 36 in. Ashlar Vinyl Tile Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

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Average rating for Vinyl Tile
(4.2 / 5)
3,476 Reviews
  1. 2 years ago
    it looks awesome when installed
    we found it hard to cut to fit into odd spaces. easy to install when in straight lines
  2. 4 months ago
    Looks Great, Easy to install
    I laid 11 cases in the basement and it looks beautiful. It went down easy with minimal waste. I highly recommend this product.
  3. 1 year ago
    Front hall entrance
    Went down fast and had no problems with alignment. Looked great and seems to hold up well under traffic.
  1. 4 years ago
    Great Product, Easy to Install
    I found this to be a great, economical option. We covered the kitchen floor and one of our baths. We simply cleaned the existing vinyl with amonia and placed the tiles on top using the tile spacers and then grouted. Looks great, holds up well. Helpful hint: Lay the tiles out to decide your pattern before starting and use a heat gun to slightly warm the tiles after placement. The heat helps the tiles lay flatter and eliminates any sqeaking where the floor may not be completely flat.
  2. 3 years ago
    Love my bathroom!!!!!!!!!!
    I was so over my old (only 5 years old) vinyl. It was commercial grade and extremely light in color. So i decided i wanted to tile my guest bathroom. Being so scared of doing the actual tile work-i studied and studied until i got the nerve to do it myself to help on the cost. Many people in my family thought using the peel and stick was a stupid thing to do...but i still went ahead with it. For added back-up i applied some adhesive to the back of each piece and grouted the whole thing with the ... read more sandstone color grout. Love the bathroom...the feel and look is just what i wanted!!!
  3. 2 years ago
    Great buy!
    5star product. I installed this in a rental two years ago and it looks like new! I installed it in a bath in my house two months ago and it looks exactly like ceramic - but - it's softer and warmer on the feet! I was so impressed, I installed it in the kitchen. Even with removing the old sheet vinyl, this was an easy three day job to install and grout the new. It looks fabulous!
  1. 4 years ago
    Good for the money
    This is a classic case of "you get what you pay for." My wife liked the look of these tiles more than some of the more expensive ones so that's what we ended up getting. They are definitely lower quality than some of the other peel and stick tiles out there and a couple of them ripped on me during installation. But on the other hand, we were able to makeover our entire kitchen floor for around $75. I doubt that these tiles will hold up extremely well so I saved a couple for when I need to ... read more replace them. If I end up needing to replace my floor again in 5 years, then I'd consider these well worth the price because they were easy to install and much cheaper than what it would cost to have someone come in and install a new floor for me.
  2. 3 years ago
    Very pretty
    I installed these tiles last summer, as a quick fix up in a friend's kitchen, over other vinyl flooring. They were easy to cut and snap, although I also used a scizzors, which was kind of sticky. The finished floor looked beautiful, especially with the white outline around each tile which masked the seams. There was a slight amount of slipping apart, most likely because the floor underneath them was not prepared. They were thinner tiles,but great value for the price. All in all, they really ... read more brightened up an older kitchen.
  3. 6 years ago
    Easy, Looks Great!
    I used these tiles to cover a 20-30 year old linoleum floor. I had to patch areas of the floor first, but that's got nothing to do with this review. The tiles went down quickly, and easily, and the floor looks great! Also, cutting these tiles wasn't nearly as difficult as I thought it might be. With a vinyl cutter, scoring the top is enough, because you can fold the tile on the score and it'll just snap apart. Scissors also worked well, when cutting in a curve.
  1. 4 years ago
    Very nice
    This product is perfect for wet areas. I am a contractor and this product has the look of ceramic without the cold feel, and noise of ceramic. The cost to install is less than ceramic as well, especially with a pier foundation. No backer board needed. Also if you have seams that show a good dove grey colored caulk blends perfectly with the grout color of this product. The best part is... No messy adhesive needed. Adhesive tongue and groove are very strong once locked in.
  2. 4 years ago
    Gold Allure Vinyl Flooring
    This floor looks beautiful down. It was hard to imagine what it would look like from the small sample piece. It was alittle hard to match the seams. We have 2 dogs and it cleans up very nicely. It looks great in our kitchen. We are very happy with the product. The new flooring updated the look of our kitchen tremendously.
  3. 3 years ago
    Beautiful flooring option
    I put this flooring in both bathrooms as I did a full remodel. The flooring is extremely fast and easy to lay, has a beautiful tile look to it, and best of all, is waterproof. It is less than half the cost of real tile, takes 1/10th the time to put in, and doesn't have the cold feel when walking on it. We are going to remodel out kitchen and will be putting a similar but different pattern of the same flooring in there.
  1. 2 years ago
    wonderful for closets
    We installed this floor in our closet. We were looking for a cheaper peel and stick floor that didnt look super cheap- this fit the bill!
  2. 4 years ago
    Wife can't believe how good it looks
    This was for a house we are renting so picked the cheapest tile with a wood pattern that looked decent. It took longer to pull up the old carpet and scrape the plaster lumps off the floor than it did to put it down. I followed the instructions and put a coat of primer down to give it something to stick to. Didn't have a roller so I used a hammer to tap it down. Cutting the tiles to fit on the edges you just use a utility knife to score them and then they break along the line and you can peel the ... read more backing off or cut it with the knife. I bought a can of spray-on glue just in case but didn't use it. I did keep the heat on about 75 degrees for several days to let it cure. Buy the last box you think you might need as 30 separate tiles so you can take back the ones you don't use. Be careful when taking the tiles out of the box that they don't slide out and hit on the corners. Instructions talk about using all the same lot number but I didn't even check that.
  3. 3 years ago
    Easy and durable
    I replaced old linoleum on the kitchen floor with these, around 5 years ago, in my first home. I had never installed tiles before and these were very easy! I either scored and bent them or cut them with a scizzor. The pattern and texture made it even easier since I used it as a built-in guideline. It is difficult to tell where one tile ends and the next one begins. Over time, much wear and many washings, the floor has a subtle shine and still looks nice. I also installed them in a closet and ... read more they are impressive, having the sheen of polished wood. Of all of the vinyl tiles I've installed, sine then, these were the easiest, and the most durable. I'm buying them again for my next project. The picture is of the new tile in a closet.
  1. 11 months ago
    Good product IF we could buy more!!
    We liked this style of tile, but unfortuanly when we bought it that is was being discontinued!!!!! NOW we are short one box and no one has it!!!!! NOT HAPPY!!
  2. 8 months ago
    good value for the price
    I use these tiles in rental property. They wear well and are easy to replace. The same pattern has been available for years. That is an important factor for repair and small area replacement.
  3. 5 years ago
    Great product, awesome price
    The floor looks gorgeous. I smile every time I walk in. It was easy to install. Very affordable.
  1. 7 years ago
    Easy to use
    I used this tile in my guest bath. The vinyl floor underneath was peeling up so being cheap, I screwed it down, primed the surface (a must) and laid the tile down. It took just a few hours and the tile cut really easy with tin snips. We actually ended up grouting the finished product and it looks great. We have had it in place for four months now and I'm thinking about doing another room. My master bath is going to be real tile with a proper sub floor since there could be a lot of water to worry ... read more about. People who see it think it's real tile so two thumbs up!
  2. 3 years ago
    Easy to install, looks nice, very happy with product
    We installed these tiles in our master closet. Was easy to install (nice instructions included in box) and didn't take much time. adhesive is a little forgiving if you didn't place it quite right, and need to pull up and adjust.
  3. 3 years ago
    Modern look
    In upgrading my older home to give it a modern look, decided to remove carpet completely which means taking off the tack strip. Timely and difficult work. Then, prepping the floor was another time-consuming task -- scraping old paint, cleaning and vacuuming took quite a bit of time. The overall condition of the concrete was in surprisingly good shape; so I did not prime the floor and just peeled and carefully lined up the tiles. The result was quite attractive and modern-looking, even the closet looks sharp.
  1. 2 months ago
    Great Flooring Product!! Please don't discontinue.
    Great Product! Hopefully they keep it in stock. It is no longer carried in stores. It is durable, easy to install, and has a long lasting finish. Buy when you can! It is probably one of their best sellers...wonder why they want to stop a good thing.
  2. 1 month ago
    not the color as shown on line
    bought this flooring on line. Picture looks like it has more pink in it. not so It is a tan color.. Nothing like the picture.. just have to wait and see if I like the color once I put it down...
  3. 5 days ago
    Love it
    Great for pets! Looks beautiful! Fairly easy to install.
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